The restaurant held its soft openings last week, serving friends, family and members of the community. “We have an amazing team that we’ve been training the past two weeks. We are so pumped to finally open our doors to the public,” said Justin Young, general manager.
For every taco, quesadilla, burrito, salad or rice bowl sold, Tacos 4 Life donates 22 cents to Feed My Starving Children, a non- profit organization “committed to feeding God's children hungry in body and spirit.”
While the two locations in Conway send meals to Swaziland, the Fayetteville location will send meals to Honduras. “We are so excited to impact another part of the world. I can’t wait to see how many meals the Fayetteville community raises,” said Kristen Young, social media and marketing manager.
Since the opening of Tacos 4 Life in June of 2014, the restaurants have donated over half a million meals.
“Our main focus as a restaurant is to feed hungry children by providing customers with made-from-scratch, quality food,” said Austin Samuelson, owner. “Opening another location will allow us to build relationships in a new community and raise even more meals for hungry children.”
For more information visit www.tacos4life.com.