No? You don’t want to buy a taco from a used car dealer? Well… how about this place?
UPDATE 10/06/16, 11:30AM:
There has now been an official announcement in a City press conference: https://www.mysaline.com/benton-business-100616
UPDATE 09/30/16, 1:24PM:
I just got a call from the PR firm that works with Tacos 4 Life and they gave the following statement:
“Saline County is one of the places we want to expand Tacos 4 Life in the future. At this time we can’t officially announce anything because we have not finalized arrangements, but we do hope to make an announcement soon.”
You know what that means. If you really want to have that Tacos 4 Life located here, then you need to show your love. I’ve already seen a lot of comments below and on the MySaline Facebook and if all of you folks really mean it, I suggest scrolling to the bottom of their webpage to the contact form to make a comment, or do so on their Facebook or Twitter. ?
ORIGINAL 09/30/16, 9:54AM
I have it on good authority that Benton will soon see a Tacos 4 Life restaurant at 7831 Alcoa Road. That’s right between the Pilot Truck Stop and the Slim Chickens restaurant.
Tacos 4 Life currently has two locations in Conway and one in Fayetteville. In addition to this new development, they will also have a location soon in Little Rock at Shackleford Crossing.
That’s all the info I have for now.
Arkansas natives Austin and Ashton Samuelson are the founders of Tacos 4 Life. They describe their business as “a growing restaurant concept committed to ending childhood starvation by serving fun, chef inspired, creative tacos in a family-friendly environment.”
For every taco, quesadilla, burrito, salad, or rice bowl purchased, the restaurant donates 22 cents to Feed My Starving Children, a nonprofit organization committed to ending childhood starvation.
Tacos 4 Life is more than just a taco restaurant; for every taco, quesadilla, burrito, salad, or rice bowl purchased, the restaurant donates 22 cents to Feed My Starving Children, a nonprofit organization committed to ending childhood starvation. Since opening the first Tacos 4 Life location in June of 2014, the restaurants have donated over 1.5 million meals.
“Our main focus as a restaurant is to feed hungry children by providing customers with made-from-scratch, amazing food. Opening another location will allow us to build relationships in a new community and raise even more meals for hungry children,” stated Ashton Samuelson.
Welcome to Saline County!