Jimboy's Tacos Opens Third O.C. Location

    Industry News | August 22, 2018

    Jimboy’s Tacos will celebrate the grand opening of its newest Orange County location at 2435 Imperial Highway in Brea, California, on Tuesday, August 28. Beginning at noon, guests will receive a free Original Ground Beef Taco with any in-store purchase.

    The Brea location is the second Jimboy’s Tacos to open in Orange County this summer and is the third in the county overall, which includes stores in Anaheim and Huntington Beach, California. In June, the highly anticipated Huntington Beach location opened their doors at the corner of 5th and PCH in the heart of the city’s popular beachside downtown. In addition to their Huntington Beach and Brea locations, franchisees David Angulo and Lynette Romero will be opening their third Jimboy’s Tacos in Irvine in September, with additional locations being scouted across Orange County, Los Angeles, and the Inland Empire.

    As a token of appreciation to their new community, Jimboy’s Tacos Brea will be partnering with Brea-based nonprofit, Together We Rise, for an in-store fundraiser on Wednesday, August 29. On that day, 20 percent of all proceeds will be donated back to the nonprofit organization, which works to improve the lives of children in foster care through collaborating with community partners, like Jimboy’s Tacos, to raise money to provide resources for foster youth and to educate volunteers on issues surrounding the foster care system. 

     “After experiencing the success we’ve had with our Huntington Beach location, we have no doubt that the newest Jimboy’s Tacos in Brea will be well-received by the community,” Angulo and Romero say. “With the Irvine opening also on the immediate horizon, we are excited to be growing with the Jimboy’s Tacos brand and making the concept more accessible to those throughout Southern California.”

    “Since opening Huntington Beach, we have seen an incredible response to the brand in a relatively new market for Jimboy’s. The success of the concept in Orange County so far has been very exciting, and we look forward to continuing to expand into cities throughout Southern California, and bringing our Original American Taco to the masses,” says Jimboy’s CEO Bob Andersen.

    The concept’s aggressive expansion reaches outside of Southern California alone and includes recent store openings in Lemmon Valley, Nevada, in July and Rancho Cordova, California in March of this year. In the coming months, Jimboy’s Tacos will open additional locations in Sacramento County, planning to introduce stores to Rocklin and downtown Sacramento’s DOCO area this fall.

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