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Olive Garden Restaurants Honor America's Workers On Labor Day With Lunch Delivery

Olive Garden Restaurants Nationwide Deliver Lunch to Local Fire and Police Stations and Hospital ERs

ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --


More than 800 Olive Garden restaurants nationwide will deliver and serve their local fire station, police department or hospital emergency room a special "thank you" lunch for their ongoing dedicated service to the community.


Monday, Sept. 1 (Labor Day)


Lunch delivery time and location vary by restaurant. Contact your local Olive Garden restaurant manager for more details. Visit for phone number and address.


  • Olive Garden team members departing from the restaurant with food delivery
  • Olive Garden team members arriving at the location and being greeted by firefighters, police officers or hospital staff
  • Olive Garden team members serving lunch to firefighters, police officers or hospital staff who keep us safe every day
  •  Olive Garden Manager and recipient organization to discuss partnership


Call your local Olive Garden restaurant and ask to speak with a manager for details, including delivery location and time. For other questions, please contact:

Jenni Izzo, (407) 864-5823, [email protected]
Vanessa Tostes, (407) 739-4532, [email protected]

Olive Garden is celebrating its 13th consecutive year of delivering lunches on Labor Day in local communities. This year, more than 800 Olive Garden restaurants nationwide will deliver and serve special lunches to honor firefighters, police officers and hospital staff (identified by the restaurants in advance) who serve their communities every day. Olive Garden's Labor Day lunch deliveries represent the ongoing commitment local restaurant teams have to serving their local communities.

SOURCE Olive Garden

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