Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, the award-winning, fast-casual Baja-style Mexican restaurant company, rang in National Hot Breakfast month by delivering hot breakfast tacos to local firefighters in a show of appreciation for the sacrifices they make daily to keep our communities safe. Nearly 150 Fuzzy’s Taco Shop locations in 16 states across the U.S. delivered hot breakfast tacos to at least three fire stations near them.
“At Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, we make it a priority to truly get to know the people in our communities and provide opportunities to give back to them when at all possible,” said David Catalano, chief operating officer at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop. “This time of the year the temperatures are cold, and firefighters are out in the elements protecting our homes and keeping our loved ones safe, so we thought there was no better group of heroes to support.”
Most restaurants showcased Fuzzy’s famous breakfast and Baja-style tacos that are served all day long for a great value. Some of its most popular breakfast options include Baon, Egg & Cheese; Chorizo, Egg and Cheese; and Shrimp, Egg & Cheese.
Throughout the year each franchisee determines their own community outreach efforts. From hosting a fundraiser for youth sports leagues to providing discounts to military veterans and first responders, each community strives to make a positive impact on the people around them.