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Taco bell a view and list of items available in taco bell,
Taco bell's logo history and live mas explanation & Taco Bell Foundation for Teens an over view ,
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  • 1. By S.Sathya Narayanan
  • 2. TACO BELL • Taco Bell was founded by Glen Bell, who first opened a hot dog stand called Bell’s Drive-In in San Bernardino, California in 1946 when he was 23 years old. • Six years later, he sold the stand and opened a new one two years later, this time selling tacos under the name of Taco- Tia. • Over the next few years Bell owned and operated a number of restaurants in southern California including four called El Taco. • Bell sold the El Tacos to his partner and built the first Taco Bell in Downey in 1962. • In 1970, Taco Bell went public with 325 restaurants. In 1978, PepsiCo purchased Taco Bell from Glen Bell.
  • 3. Taco • A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling. • Amount Per 1 each taco (69 g) • Calories 156
  • 4. Total fat 9 g 13% Saturated fat 3 g 15% Polyunsaturated fat 2.1 g Monounsaturated fat 3 g Trans fat 0.3 g Cholesterol 19 mg 6% Sodium 274 mg 11% Potassium 144 mg 4% Total Carbohydrate 14 g 4% Dietary fiber 2.7 g 10% Sugar 0.6 g Protein 6 g 12% Vitamin A 1% Calcium 6% Vitamin B-6 5% Magnesium 5% Iron 4% Vitamin B-12 10% Nutrition Fact of a Taco
  • 5. LOGO of TACO BELL
  • 6. 1985–1994 1993
  • 7. 1994–present 2001 February 23, 2012
  • 8. ind ctive Lifestyle pirit
  • 9. HISTORY • The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens was founded in 1992 (initially as the Taco Bell Foundation, Inc.) with the purpose of serving America’s teens — many of whom are our customers, our employees, our friends and families. Working closely with franchisees, local community partners and customers, the Foundation has inspired and enabled teens in your neighborhood to graduate high school and reach their full potential through our programs, partnerships, and direct financial assistance.
  • 10. • Since 1992, the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens has inspired and enabled teens to graduate high school and reach their full potential through its programs, partnerships, and direct financial assistance. The Foundation’s support has impacted the lives of more than one million teens. • They offer core programs that motivate teens to stay in school and provide job training to help them identify career opportunities and interests. • They partner with like-minded community organizations and ambassadors proven to have a measureable impact on the lives of teens. • They provide grants and scholarships so that teens have access to the resources they need to reach their full potential.
  • 11. MISSION & PROMISE • M ind: To empower teens to pursue their education and careers • A ctive Lifestyle: To engage teens in healthy habits • S pirit: To encourage teens to give back, share their successes and have fun doing it!
  • 12. PARTNERS • The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens builds partnerships with organizations that share the Foundation’s purpose and promise to inspire and enable teens to achieve más and graduate from high school. Through new and existing partners, they believe they can have a greater impact on the lives of teens and amplify our reach
  • 13. The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens is proud partner of America’s Promise Alliance, the nation’s largest partnership dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth. In February 2013, the Foundation participated in “Building a Grad Nation Summit” in Washington D.C. More than 800 individuals gathered to support the goal of ending the high school dropout crisis.
  • 14. Since 1995, the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens has awarded more than $35 million to Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), making it BGCA’s largest supporter of teens to date. In 2012, BGCA honored Taco Bell as the first corporation to receive its Lifetime Achievement Award for 20 years of its sustained commitment to teens. BGCA serves 4 million youth through 4,000 Clubs nationwide
  • 15. In partnership with Get Schooled, the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens launched Graduate for Más™, a year-round program that challenges America’s teens to make a personal promise to graduate high school, encourages them to join a digital community of peers, and rewards their commitment through resources and incentives to keep teens on track and diploma bound.
  • 16. For more than 17 years, the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens has been the national sponsor of the Boys & Girls Clubs’ most dynamic teen program, Keystone Club. Keystone Clubs are chartered small group leadership development clubs for young people ages 14 to 18. Keystoners elect officers, choose their own activities and plan and implement projects focused on community service, education and career preparation. A national charter entitles a Keystone Club to participate in regional and national Keystone conferences. There are more than 1,600 Keystone Clubs nationwide.
  • 17. The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens is also a major supporter of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by brothers Mark and Jim Wahlberg to improve the quality of life for inner city youth. Together, we fund youth programs across the country and launched a national awareness campaign in 2011 to bring attention to the nation’s high school dropout crisis.
  • 18. GRADUATE FOR MÁS™ • The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens, in partnership with Get Schooled, challenges America’s teens to make a personal promise to graduate high school and join our digital community of pledges. Once registered, teens receive the information and inspiration they need to succeed. By staying active, they can earn points for prizes, rewards and educational support, including scholarships, and mentoring resources in their communities.
  • 19. CAMP TACO BELL • “Camp Taco Bell®” is a business leadership program where teens are teamed up with Taco Bell leadership and franchise owners to compete in the kitchen. Teens develop and market new Taco Bell menu items during a two-day business camp, to win scholarships and grants. • Last year, local Los Angeles area Taco Bell franchisees funded the event with 90 teenagers from local Boys & Girls Clubs across Southern California.
  • 20. • The winning team of five teens from the Carson Boys & Girls Club received a combined total of $15,000 in scholarships and grants to fund their futures. Their “Live Large Burrito” claimed victory in a final “taste-off” held at the Los Angeles Taco Bell restaurant located at 6254 Lexington Ave., where customers voted with their mouths on their favorite teen- created menu item
  • 21. TACO BELL FOUNDATION FOR TEENS STUDIOS • Taco Bell Foundation for Teens Studios is a national mentoring program that supports year-round film and music projects, as well as job shadowing opportunities for teens to experience firsthand how their work will apply in the real world. The Studios were created in partnership with the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation.
  • 22. TACO BELL GRANTS • The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens provides grants and scholarships so that teens have access to the resources they need to reach their full potential. We raise the majority of our funds through the generosity of our customers, employees, vendor partners and franchisees. • Throughout our 20 year history, They’ve awarded more than $35 million in grants and scholarships through the support of more than 350 teen- serving organizations in the U.S. View additional details on our local grant giving program below.
  • 23. Milestones • 1992 – Taco Bell Foundation founded. • 1995 – Launched a national teen initiative with Boys & Girls Clubs of America. • 2000 – Established 100th TeenSupreme Center with Boys & Girls Clubs, providing exclusive space for teens with a dedicated staff, special hours and teen-oriented programming. • 2006 – Celebrated reaching $15 million in financial support to Boys & Girls Clubs of America teen programs. • 2008 – Awarded thirty-nine teens with grants for their exceptional service to the community with the Teen Hero Awards, a partnership between Think MTV, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the Taco Bell Foundation.
  • 24. • 2008 – Officially changed name to the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens. • 2010 – Launched Graduate To Go™, a national initiative that distributed more than 250 grants totaling $1.8 million to local organizations • 2010 – Launched Camp Taco Bell® by hosting eleven job training experiences. • 2011 – Partnered with the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and launched two Taco Bell Foundation for Teens Studios. • 2012 – Celebrated Foundation’s 20 year anniversary. • 2013 – Partnered with Get Schooled to launch Graduate for Más™, a year-round program that challenges America’s teens to make a personal promise to graduate high school.
  • 25. DONATE • TBFT raise all of our funds through the generosity of our customers, employees, vendor partners and franchisees. With your financial assistance, the Foundation will make a significant impact in the lives of teens in your community by providing educational and job training support.

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