PRESS RELEASE: Family-owned Taco Bell franchisee Border Foods to host pre-prom fun for local high school students
Select restaurants across Upper Midwest will dress up with fancy décor and photo booths, offer free taco for high school diners who show their current student ID
NEW HOPE, Minn. – Family-owned Taco Bell franchisee Border Foods announced today that it will be getting into the prom spirit at its Spearfish, South Dakota; Coon Rapids, Minnesota; Cedar Springs, Michigan; and Waconia, Minnesota restaurants. Festivities include a photo booth complete with a backdrop and props for promgoers to take pictures, as well as a free taco for high school students who show their current student ID. The restaurants will also be decorated with fancy centerpieces and other décor for a prom dinner unlike any other.
“We love merging the cool taco culture of Taco Bell with the communities that Border Foods operates in,” said Aaron Engler, president of Border Foods. “Whether you’re all dressed up and headed to the dance or looking for a fun night out with friends, we hope plenty of taco fans will stop by for free food and photo booth fun on prom night!”
Students who attend one of Border’s prom night events will also be eligible to enter a drawing to win a Taco Bell-catered graduation party. The unique events will be held on prom night for each community’s local high school:
April 15: Spearfish High School Prom
Taco Bell, 1705 North Ave., Spearfish, SD 57783
April 28: Cedar Springs High School Prom
Taco Bell, 4269 17 Mile Rd. NE, Cedar Springs, MI 49319
April 29: Coon Rapids High School Prom
Taco Bell, 1865 Gateway Dr. NW, Coon Rapids, MN 55448
May 6: Waconia High School Prom
Taco Bell, 640 Marketplace Dr., Waconia, MN 55387
About Border Foods
Border Foods is a family-owned franchisee of Taco Bell, the nation’s leading Mexican-inspired quick service restaurant. With 240 locations (and growing) across the Upper Midwest, it is one of the largest Taco Bell franchises in the country. Headquartered in New Hope, Minnesota, with locations in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Montana, the company has a people-first culture where leaders work to develop team members for long-term careers with the brand and beyond. For more information about Border Foods, visit borderfoods.com.