Once Again, Taco Bell is Giving Americans Free Doritos Locos Tacos

    Industry News | April 6, 2020

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    Taco Bell has also begun to deploy its Taco Bell Taco Trucks to feed essential workers on the frontlines.

    Taco Bell announced Monday that, following its free Doritos Locos Tacos offer in March, it’s continuing to lift fans’ spirits and will give everyone in America a free Doritos Locos Tacos Tuesday, April 7. It’s just another way the brand is saying thank you to fans and showing a token of appreciation during these tough times.

    Taco Bell drive-thru guests across the nation will receive a free seasoned beef Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Tacos without having to leave the convenience and comfort of their cars. There is no purchase necessary and it is available at participating locations and while supplies last.

    "Now more than ever, we hope that Taco Bell is a place of joy for fans everywhere,” says Mark King, CEO of Taco Bell Corp. “We were thrilled by the positivity brought by our first Doritos Locos Tacos program and are excited to be a source of craveable comfort again this Tuesday. One of the things that encouraged us most to continue the promotion is that we heard enthusiastic feedback from team members across the nation who were excited to play a part and join us in feeding their communities.”

    Taco Bell has also begun to deploy its Taco Bell Taco Trucks to feed essential workers on the frontlines. One of Taco Bell’s taco trucks has been deployed to a number of hospitals and has served thousands of meals to medical professionals. The truck will continue its journey across the country to bring Taco Bell to grocery store employees, food banks, teachers and many more everyday heroes.

    Additionally, the Taco Bell Foundation recently announced that it is donating $1 million to No Kid Hungry. The brand has also turned on Round Up for No Kid Hungry customer donations in participating restaurants starting today and until May 20.

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