Continuing Their Commitment to Help Those in Need During the Coronavirus Crisis
Tampa, FL (April 3, 2020) – On Monday and Thursday of next week, Taco Bus will once again donate meals to Tampa Bay’s First Responders. This time over 300 meals will be served to the Tampa Police Department, headquartered in downtown Tampa, where Chief Dugan will personally greet and thank Taco Bus for their generous donation.
On Thursday, Taco Bus will deliver over 100 meals to the Tampa Police Department Communications staff. Each meal consists of individually packaged containers with 2 chicken tacos, chips and salsa and bottled water generously donated by Express Beverage of Tampa.
“We cannot thank the Tampa Police Department enough for everything they are doing to keep us safe during this time,” said Heather Chaudhry, Director of Marketing for Taco Bus. “We continue to get requests for donations and are determined to help as many in our community as we can as there are so many in need.”
Taco Bus is available for take-out, delivery from UberEats® (who have waived delivery fees) and DoorDash®. Taco Bus is also offering “A Bus-Load of Essentials” where you can purchase toilet paper, paper towels, meat, bread, shrimp, and other essentials that are hard to find at local grocery stores. Information can be found on the website www.Taco-Bus.com
ABOUT TACO BUS
Twenty years before the food truck trend was filling up hungry stomachs and cable-TV time slots, a converted school bus rolled into Tampa, bringing with it unforgettable Mexican food. That was the birth of Taco Bus. Since then, Taco Bus has grown to 15 locations throughout Florida and has won many awards and recognitions. Taco Bus has been featured on Food Network, Cooking Channel, USA Today, and Travel Channel to name a few. Taco Bus was also featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives where he claimed “The best torta I’ve ever had” when dining at the Tampa Taco Bus location.
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