www.tellthebell.com – If you aren’t a fan of junk food, you still cannot love Tacos. Agree with us? Well, then we are sure you must be a frequent visitor to Taco Bell. If you love Taco Bell so much, you must take their survey and tell them how you feel about their food.
In this post, we will take you through the details of how you can easily participate in Taco Bell’s survey and will have some freebies. Let’s begin!
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Who can take the Taco Bell Survey?
Only if you are above 18 years of age, you can enter into the survey. Additionally, you must be a legal citizen of the United States. Ensure you have a valid order receipt from the Taco Bell store.
How to Take a Taco Bell survey?
Before you begin to take the survey, we highly recommend you read through the rules of the survey. Click here to read official sweepstakes rules – https://www.tellthebell.com/Projects/TAC_CSI/pdfs/Sweepstakes_US.pdf
Step 1: Visit the official survey website – telltacobell.com
The survey website will open in English by default. You also have an option to switch to Spanish version. Look for the link at the bottom right corner of the website.
This page will also show you the link to view previous winners. When you are ready to take the survey enter the details asked.
Step 2: Enter the store number, Date of visit and Time of visit.
You will find all these details on the print copy of your purchase receipt.
Step 3: Click on ‘Start’
Step 4: Answer the survey questions and give your rating
Step 5: Give your correct contact details
Step 6: Submit your survey
When you complete your survey, you will enter into sweepstakes.
About Taco Bell
Taco Bell founded in 1962 by Glen Bell is an American chain of fast-food restaurants based in Irvine, California. Presently it is a subsidiary company of Yum! Brands Inc. The menu includes several Mexican inspired offerings like nachos, novelty & specialty items, tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and aside from several value menu offerings. As of 2018, Taco Bell is present in 7,072 locations with more than 93% being operated and owned by independent franchisees and licensees.
Taco Bell was taken over by PepsiCo in 1978 which spun off its restaurant division as Tricon Global Restaurants whose name was later changed to the appealing Yum! Brands. An entrepreneur named Glen Bell founded the precursor to Taco Bell called Bell’s Drive-In, a hotdog stand in Saint Bernardino, California in 1948. He used to see long lines of customers at a Mexican cafe across the street called Mitla Cafe which sold hard-shelled tacos. The owners eventually allowed him to see how tacos are made after he attempted to reverse engineer the tacos. He learned quickly and in 1951 opened a new stand. The name metamorphosed from Taco -Tia to El -Taco and finally settled on Taco Bell, first of which was opened in 1962 in California.
The first franchise opened in 1964 in Torrance, CA. In three years, the 100th restaurant opened at 400 South Brookhurst st Anaheim. In 1968, the first location east of the Mississippi River opened in Springfield Ohio. Originally, the locations featured walk-in windows only with no drive-thru or indoor seating. In 1970, It officially launched a public issue with store count at 325.
The first Taco Bell in San Francisco was opened in 1991. Taco Bell Express locations majorly operate inside shopping malls, airports, truck stops, and convenience stores. The first co-branding of the tacos bell was with KFC with the first store being owned in Clayton, North Carolina. Since the chain has also co-branded with Pizza Hut and Long John Silver’s.
PepsiCo in 1997 experimented with a new fresh grill concept and opened a border bell restaurant in Mountain View, California. After PepsiCo spun off its restaurant business in 1997, Border Bell was converted to a Tacos Bell restaurant which is still open as of 2018.
Around $ 50 million worth of shells with Taco Bell branding were recalled from supermarkets in September 2000. The shells were composed of Starlink, a genetically modified corn that had not been approved by government authorities for human consumption due to its potential to cause allergic reactions. It had been approved only for use as animal feed. This was the first-ever recall of a GMO i.e. genetically modified food worldwide. The bug was at the grain elevator level where the corn was not separated. A $ 60 million settlement with the suppliers was announced by Tricon Global in 2001. The burden was to be borne by the franchisees and not TGR.
Taco Bell announced a unique gamblesque promotion in 2001 to coincide with the re-entry of Mir space station. A large target was inserted in the pacific ocean with the announcement that each person in the USA will receive a free taco if any falling piece hits the target. A huge insurance policy was purchased but the hit never materialized.
A local Taco Bell franchisee in 2004 purchased the naming rights to Boise State Pavilion in Boise, Idaho, and christened it as Taco Bell Arena. Mountain Dew Baja Blast, a tropical lime-flavored variety of the famous soft drink is exclusively available at taco bell stores only under an agreement in 2004.
In a promotion similar to the Mir promotion but with a higher probability of happening, the company in 2007 offered the “Steal a Base, steal a taco” promotion wherein it announced a free taco for every person in the USA if any player from any team stole a base. The company honored the promotion on October 30 2007 when Jacoby Ellsbury of the Boston Red Sox stole a base in Game 2.Since, the promotion has been offered in many world series with the latest realization coming in 2019 when Trea Turner of Washington National Stole a base in game 1.
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