Taco John’s To Raise Money For Northern Colorado Flood Victims
Taco John’s is announcing plans to help raise relief dollars for flood victims in northern Colorado. Starting Monday, September 23, the Mexican fast food restaurant chain will donate $1 for each Santa Fe Burrito or Bowl sold at 14 restaurant locations in Colorado and Wyoming.
Todd Geatches, Director of Operations for Rocky Mountain Restaurant Management, says Taco John’s customers are our neighbors, our friends and our family. When they hurt, we hurt.
The fundraising effort will continue through November 3 at the following locations:
- Cheyenne (2220 Carey Avenue, 3411 E Pershing Blvd, 101 S Greeley Highway, 3308 Dell Range Blvd and 5410 N Yellowstone Road)
- Fort Collins (200 E. Horsetooth Road, 1609 Specht Point Road and 1401 W. Elizabeth St.)
- Greeley (2508 11th Ave. and 2401 W. 10th St.)
- Loveland (1635 N. Lincoln Ave.)
- Longmont (933 Main St.)
- Wellington (7910 S. 6th St.)
- Windsor (7605 Royal Vista Circle, Fort Collins)
The money donated by Taco John’s will go to the northern Colorado chapter of the American Red Cross.