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about taco bell

Glen Bell originally created Bell’s Drive-In and Taco Tia in San Bernardino, California, in 1954. It wasn’t until 1962 when the name was changed to “Taco Bell” after Bell opened a restaurant in Downey, California. His customers specifically referred to the food as “tay-kohs.” The restaurant was then franchised in 1964, and it only took three years to open 100 more. Three years after that, Taco Bell went public with a whopping 325 restaurants. What was once a tiny drive-in restaurant has become a staple fast-food chain, and is even considered one of the healthiest fast food chains.

Since the start of the first-ever Bell’s Drive-In and Taco Tia in San Bernardino, this popular fast-food chain has developed quite a diverse menu past their usual tacos. Their famous Crunchwrap Supremes, Cinnamon Twists and Mountain Dew Baja Blast have become staples for a night at Taco Bell. They recently added Nacho Fries with a delicious cheesy dipping sauce, and of course, how could you ever forget those Doritos Locos Tacos?

Taco Bell has certainly created an empire since it’s early days in 1954, and Glen Bell must have been one proud “Taco Titan” in his day.

meet the management

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Brian White

President, White Management

brian@whiterestaurants.com

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Tim Dailey

Vice President of Operations,
Quick-Service Brands
(Dunkin, KFC, Taco Bell)

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Tawnya Hanson

Director of Operations,
Quick-Service Brands
(Dunkin, KFC, Taco Bell)

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