Taco Bell Truck-Thru at HQ Makes Room for Large Essential Service Vehicles

Thursday, April 23, 2020

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As the team at Taco Bell continues to provide support for essential and frontline workers, they realized there were some they hadn’t made room for. Literally. Large essential service vehicles that cannot fit in restaurant drive-thrus—including truckers, firefighters, EMTs, the police force, media news vans, etc.

So, Taco Bell transformed its headquarters in Irvine into its first-ever truck-thru, serving heroes on the highway as they haul goods from long distances and others who continue to serve their local community. The Taco Bell kitchen is serving a custom on-the-go meal featuring a Crunchwrap Supreme®, bean burrito, cinnamon twists, and a Baja Blast® beverage, complimentary for those on the frontlines of the COVID-19.

The Fridays’ lunch-time Truck-Thru at HQ began on April 17 and will continue until Friday, May 1. 

Taco Bell is monitoring and following guidelines from health authorities regarding COVID-19 to keep its customers and employees safe and healthy. For any further updates from Taco Bell Corp. as it relates to its U.S. COVID-19 response, visit TacoBell.com/Covid19Update.

Emergency vehicle at Taco Bell's Truck-Thru at HQ

Emergency vehicle at Taco Bell's Truck-Thru at HQ

Truck at Taco Bell's Truck-Thru at HQ


Category: COVID-19