Taco John’s bring holiday spirit to Children’s Miracle NetworkWORTHINGTON — To celebrate the holiday season, Taco John’s is partnering with Children’s Miracle Network (CMN).
WORTHINGTON — To celebrate the holiday season, Taco John’s is partnering with Children’s Miracle Network (CMN).
Taco John’s restaurants, including the Worthington location, are donating a portion of each Nachos Navidad sold to benefit sick and injured children at Sanford Children’s Hospital. The public is invited to stop by their local Taco John’s from now until Dec. 25 to assist with the cause.
To supplement the proceeds from Nachos Navidad, participating stores will have change containers set up in the store, as well as Christmas ornaments available for purchase. The festive Nachos Navidad, adorned with red and green chips, has helped support charities in the past, making it a popular holiday tradition among patrons.
“Each year, we see a following when our Nachos Navidad promotion starts,” Taco John’s owner Matt Oleske said in a press release. “It’s great to see so many people get excited when we introduce them each holiday season, and we’re hoping this following will help us raise a generous donation for the kids and families at Sanford’s Children.”
To donate to the Children’s Miracle Network, stop by the following Taco John’s locations: Aberdeen (two), Brandon, Brookings, Canton, Chamberlain, Huron, Madison, Milbank, Mitchell, Mobridge, Sisseton, Vermillion, Watertown and Yankton, S.D., and all Sioux Falls, S.D., locations, as well as the Taco John’s in Luverne and Worthington.