Hawaii Exchange ‘Salad Wednesdays’ feeds, saves $2

| January 21, 2016 | 0 Comments
Cut down on fat and costs with "Salad Wednesday" at the Schofield Barracks Exchange. Diners can receive a discount of $2 for any $4 or more salad at participating restaurants. (Photo by Christine Cabalo, Oahu Publishing)

Cut down on fat and costs with “Salad Wednesday” at the Schofield Barracks Exchange. Diners can receive a discount of $2 for any $4 or more salad at participating restaurants. (Photo by Christine Cabalo, Oahu Publishing)

Army & Air Force Exchange Service
Public Affairs
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Military members and family wanting to eat right and save money can turn to restaurants at the Hawaii Exchange for “Salad Wednesday.”

Every Wednesday, Hawaii diners can take $2 off any salad priced $4 or more at participating Exchange direct-operated restaurants.

Salad Wednesday is part of the Hawaii Exchange’s BE FIT initiative, designed to promote healthy lifestyles for military, retirees and military families.

“The Salad Wednesday discount helps military diners put some green on their plate and keep some green in their wallet,” said Hawaii Exchange General Manager Robert Rice. “The Exchange works to ensure military and families have access to meals that taste good and are good for them, too.”

In addition to Salad Wednesday savings, diners who use their Military Star card will receive an additional 10 percent discount at Hawaii Exchange restaurants.

Exchange restaurants are open to anyone – whether military, civil service, contractor or visitor – per Army Regulation 215-8 and Air Force Instruction 34-211 (I).

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service goes where Soldiers, Airmen and their families go to improve the quality of their lives through goods and services provided. Exchange earnings provide dividends to support military Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs.

The Exchange is part of the Department of Defense and is directed by a Board of Directors, responsible to the Secretaries of the Army and Air Force through the Chiefs of Staff.

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