In observance of Veterans Day on Wednesday, the Casino Queen in East St. Louis is offering all retired and active duty military members a meal on the house.
Those with a valid military ID are invited to enjoy a free lunch or dinner at the casino’s Market Street Buffet between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The metro-east area is home to thousands of military personnel stationed at neighboring Scott Air Force Base as well as military retirees.
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