Free Taco Bell brings extra smiles and feeds fans on Taco Tuesday


This week Taco Tuesday is a little brighter. Free Taco Bell for everyone is a reason to hit the drive-thru for a Doritos Locos Tacos.

Sometimes a gesture can make a day seem brighter. Free Taco Bell will definitely make this week’s Taco Tuesday happy for many people. In a gesture of thanks, this free food offer could make the week seem not quite as daunting.

As restaurants adapt to the new normal, the take-out window and delivery have replaced sitting at a restaurant table. Although digital connections help to share a meal, the food on the table is more than just curbing a hunger.

Taco Bell understands that a free taco can be that moment of happy that everyone craves. According to Mark King, CEO of Taco Bell Corp, “giving America free tacos as a small way of saying thank you for how everyone is showing up for their communities.”

As seen throughout the restaurant industry, today’s current climate is more than just that fancy restaurant for a special occasion. It is the fast food worker, the barista, the bartender and the dishwasher. Additionally, the people who go to work every day to make food for the locations that are operating deserve everyone’s appreciation.

On Tuesday, March 31, Taco Bell guests throughout America can get a free seasoned beef Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco. The offer is available via the drive-thru. No purchase is necessary. The offer is available while supplies last.

Additionally, Taco Bell is giving back to communities throughout the nation. The Taco Bell Foundation is donating $1 million to No Kid Hungry. Guests can also donate to No Kid Hungry at the drive-thru. Also, excess food will be donated to local food banks.

With the health care industry and first responders tireless working for everyone, U.S. Taco Bell Taco Trucks will be transformed into mobile commissaries. These locations will provide food to various essential workers.

This Taco Tuesday, some free Taco Bell could be the bright spot during another week of social distancing.

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