KSDK -- You've heard many promises from each of the candidates in this campaign. You've done your part in this major election by voting.
Well, there are many businesses around St. Louis who want to reward you for doing your civic duty!
Decision 2016: Missouri & Illinois voters' guide
A number of business are offering free food or free items to citizens who have voted in the 2016 presidential election.
Chuck E Cheese: Free personal pepperoni pizza with any purchase. Tell cashier that you voted.
Marco's Pizza: FREE Medium 1-topping pizza on Election Day, FREE pizza cards will also be given out at polling locations for voters, social media fans can also get a chance to win a "Four-Year term of free pizza." The offer runs at all locations including, Maplewood, Granite City, Illinois, Florissant, and St. Louis.
Krispy Kreme: Show your “I voted” sticker at participating Krispy Kreme shops and get a free doughnut.
7-Eleven: On Election Day, 7-Eleven customers can get a free cup of coffee at participating shops. The deal is available through the 7-Eleven mobile app, which is available in the App Store or Google Play.
Hard Rock Cafe: Free dessert with purchase of two entrees and "I voted" sticker at participating venues.
Zipcar: On election night, over 7,000 Zipcars across the country will be free in order to #DRIVEtheVOTE. Members can reserve the vehicles starting at 9 a.m., November 3 up to Election Day and can be reserved online or through the mobile app. The cars are free from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. local time so members can "zip to the polls during the last few hours." Zipcar is available in Newport News, Norfolk, and Williamsburg.
Bob Evans: Get 30% off your entire dine-in or carryout order with this coupon.
Gold's Gym: Bring a valid "I voted" sticker and get free access to your local Gold's Gym on Election Day free of charge. Find locations here.
YMCA: Free child care so you can vote. Make sure location near you is participating beforehand.
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