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    Taco John’s Nachos Navidad Return for Limited Time

  • Industry News November 12, 2019

    Now through December 29, Taco John’s is supporting local charities with the highly anticipated return of Nachos Navidad.

    For more than 20 years, Taco John’s franchisees have donated a portion of the proceeds from every Nachos Navidad purchase to a worthy cause in the local community in which they serve. Franchisees have the freedom of choosing the charity they’d like to support, some of which include Food Bank of Iowa, Black Dog Animal Rescue and Boys and Girls Club of La Crosse, Wisconsin, among many others. The hyper-local donation approach has collectively raised millions of dollars for hundreds of organizations where Taco John’s restaurants are located.

    Back by popular demand, Nachos Navidad features red and green tortilla chips with Taco John’s traditional Super Nachos – a mountain of house-made cooked tortilla chips covered in nacho cheese, 100% American beef, refried beans, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, black olives, guacamole and rich sour cream.

    To add to the festivities this holiday season, Taco John’s fans can stuff their stockings with gift cards that everyone will enjoy. For every $25 gift card purchased, guests will receive a $5 bonus card.

    “This is the most wonderful time of the year at Taco John’s,” says Taco John’s Vice President for Marketing Alan Wright. “It is a joy that we can bring back a fan favorite and give back to various organizations nationwide. Offering Nachos Navidad and our gift card special is our way of spreading holiday cheer within each of our communities.”

    With its fusion of distinctive flavors and south-of-the-border spices, the Taco John’s menu offers several signature items, including Meat & Potato Burritos, Stuffed Grilled Tacos and Potato Olés. Taco John’s features signature specials like Taco Tuesday and discounted breakfast burritos on Wake Up Wednesday.

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