Here at Taco John’s, we’re remaining very optimistic about growth and success in the months ahead.
And, we’re proud to have such a passionate franchisee network that strives to do their part in helping their communities. Check out this article from Franchise Times featuring franchisees Brad Paxton and Mathew Keiser, who are offering free meals for senior citizens at their Taco John’s franchise restaurants in Kentucky, Iowa and Missouri.
“There’s a lot of people who don’t have the means or ability to be fed right now,” says Paxton. “If there’s something small we can do, then we’re certainly going to do it.”
Our team has been working diligently to create a safe experience for guests and employees as we continue drive-thru, take-out and delivery options. Historically, Taco John’s has garnered nearly 65% of business via our drive-thru, which has been one of our most distinct brand differentiators and continues to help sustain business today. And, by actively participating in initiatives such as The Great American Takeout, we’ve welcomed support from our local communities and continue to keep business running – Taco Tuesday is going strong!
There’s a reason why Taco John’s is the bigger, bolder and better business choice in the Mexican QSR franchise segment. We’re one of the only legacy brands that has attractive markets available for multi-unit franchise development. From our unmatched green space to the increasing opportunities within available real estate and talent, our brand power provides that extra boost to start or expand your portfolio and build a brighter future in franchising.
With more than 50 years of experience, an incredibly loyal fanbase and a strong franchisee network, we know that we’ll emerge from this crisis even stronger – together.
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