Industry News | October 1, 2014

Taco Cabana Supports Wounded Vets with Fundraiser

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Taco Cabana brings back its popular Taco Treat fundraiser this October to benefit the Warrior and Family Support Center (WFSC) at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. All Taco Cabana locations in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico will sell $1 coupon books good for five free bean and cheese tacos, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to WFSC. 

To kick off this year’s fundraiser, Taco Cabana is also offering its guests one free Chicken Fajita Taco on Wednesday, October 1 from 4 to 7 p.m. in anticipation of National Taco Day. No purchase or coupon is necessary to get the free taco and Taco Cabana will offer this special while supplies last. 

“This is our fourth year to team up with the WFSC for the Taco Treat fundraiser and we encourage everyone to join us in supporting our wounded military members and their families,” says Taco Cabana COO Todd Coerver. “Last year we raised nearly $100,000 and we’re aiming to beat that this year. We hope our free Chicken Fajita Taco kick-off event on Oct. 1 will draw more awareness to the fundraiser and bring people in to pick up some Taco Treat booklets.”  

The WFSC is dedicated to providing coordinated services to patients, next-of-kin, and extended family members with a primary focus on wounded Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom veterans. The center provides a relaxing entertainment environment for veterans receiving treatment at the Brooke Army Medical Center and their families. WFSC also puts on special camps for the children of wounded veterans in both the summer and winter. In addition, the WFSC provides family necessities including diapers, formula, and food during times of great need and transition.


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