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Fazoli's is giving away free meals to furloughed government employees

Posted at 9:43 PM, Jan 09, 2019

As government workers go another week without getting paid, nationwide restaurant chain Fazoli's is feeding furloughed government employees.

The restaurant chain said earlier this week that it will offer a free Pizza Baked Spaghetti with small drink purchase to all federal government workers affected by the shutdown. In order to cash in on the deal, Fazoli's is requiring proof of employment.

The deal runs through Jan. 13, and available at participating locations only.

Nearly 800,000 government employees are affected by the shutdown.