R Taco Donates 10% of Dallas Sales to Fight Hunger on National Taco Day

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R Taco, a distinctive fast-causal taco concept featuring flavorful street-style tacos, is celebrating National Taco Day by donating 10 percent of Dallas and Denver restaurant food and non-alcoholic beverage sales on October 4th to area food banks. Locally, these proceeds will benefit the North Texas Food Bank. R Taco has also pledged to donate $1 for each check-in on the restaurant’s Yelp page and Dallas Facebook pages on National Taco Day.

In addition to supporting local food banks, R Taco will be celebrating National Taco Day with a welcoming in-store atmosphere, including gift card and merchandise giveaways as well as live entertainment at select stores for guests who dine in.

Participating locations in Dallas include: Greenville Ave., Medical District, Oak Lawn, Preston Hollow, Denton and Mesquite. Participating Denver locations include Arvada and Littleton. R Taco will host a check presentation highlighting the final amount raised in partnership with the North Texas Food Bank following National Taco Day.

About R Taco
R Taco features street-style tacos, all made fresh from scratch, by hand, and on premise. Warm chips, house-made salsas, craft beers and no-frills margaritas round out the experience. There are fourteen total locations; seven company-owned and seven franchised in four markets – Dallas, Denver, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and Omaha. R Taco was founded by Steve Dunn and Rusty Fenton, who together wanted to one day own their own street taco stand. The original R Taco opened in 2010 and is located on Greenville Avenue in Dallas, Texas, a spot Rusty and his family had dreamed about for years. Visit www.rtacos.com for the full story about Rusty and his taco adventures, or like their Facebook page and follow them on Twitter.

Who doesn't love tacos and a good cause!

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