KISS members offer free meals to TSA agents working without pay

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HOLLYWOOD, CA – APRIL 29: (L-R) Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley attend the 32nd Annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards held at The Loews Hollywood Hotel on April 29, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Members of the rock band KISS are offering their support for some workers affected by the partial government shutdown by giving them a free meal at their family-friendly Rock & Brews restaurants.

“We are proud to operate restaurants at airports and respect the diligent, hard work of each and every TSA employee to ensure the safety of travelers,” said Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley in a joint statement. “They touch our lives daily, and as long as they are working without pay, the least we can do is provide them with a delicious meal to show our support.”

A choice of a free pulled pork sandwich or a strawberry fields salad will be given to any individual who presents a valid identification card. The offer will be available at Rock & Brews restaurants nationwide until the government reopens

To find a location near you, visit rockandbrews.com/locations. 

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