Free Tacos For Entire Town After Taco Bell Hoax In Bethel, Alaska
Copyright: The Huffington Post
July 3, 2012
Residents of Bethel, Alaska, know from cable TV ads what the major fast-food chains offer: chicken at KFC, burgers at McDonald's and tacos at Taco Bell.
They just haven't been able to get any of it.
The city of 6,200 people is about 40 miles inland from the Bering Sea in far western Alaska, and the closest fast food other than a Subway sandwich shop is in Anchorage, 400 miles and a $500 round-trip plane ticket away.
So they were elated to learn that Taco Bell was soon going to open a restaurant. The joy, however, turned into disappointment. The flyers announcing the chain's arrival were a hoax – the result, police say, of a feud between two residents.
But all was not lost....
Read More (opens new link to source) |
Note: The story above links to an external site and was free from registration requirements at the time it was selected. Because Foodservice.com has no control over information outside of our site, the availability and status is subject to change.
Thoughts and Comments? Post as a member of Foodservice.com or Facebook below