One restaurant wants to show law enforcement workers some love this week the only way it knows how—free food.
Shoney’s, a casual dining chain based in Nashville, Tenn., announced that it will be handing out free meals to law enforcement workers on July 27. All they have to do is come in and show some ID. “If you’re a police officer in your hometown or are traveling to a place where Shoney’s does business, please know you are welcome here,” Shoney’s CEO David Davoudpour said in a press release obtained by Money.
Shoney’s has more than 200 locations, and it mainly operates in the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest. This special offer is limited to one meal per eligible customer, but can be redeemed at any point during the day for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Davoudpour said that the restaurant chain wanted to give a “tangible and heartfelt” show of gratitude to the people who vow to protect and serve.
This sentiment isn’t one that’s shared by everyone around the nation. Fortune recently reported that a Taco Bell employee in Alabama had been fired for refusing to serve two law enforcement officers.