Taco Bell in Henderson holds Grand Re-Opening Monday

People in the city of Henderson welcomed Taco Bell back as the business held its Grand Re-Opening on Monday, Jan. 6. The restaurant was razed and rebuilt over the past four months. The restaurant now has a more modern look along with having two kiosks for customers to make orders with. The Taco Bell employees and management cut the ribbon (left to right): Jovan Dunlap – Area Coach, Haley, Trear, Alison, Kennisha Simpson – General Manager, Andrade, Valerie, Lee Harris – Market Director, Makayla, Adrian, Emily and Taco Bell Partner Matthew Prouty.

Hospitality Tennessee, Inc., a locally owned and operated Taco Bell franchise group, has finished an extensive remodel of the Taco Bell located at 447 East Main St. in Henderson.  The restaurant re-opened at 7 a.m. Monday, Jan. 6, followed by a ribbon cutting at 9 a.m. Representatives from the Chester County Chamber of Commerce were present to help cut the ribbon.
“A remodel of this restaurant was long overdue, and we are proud to be able to reinvest in the Henderson community and open this beautiful new store,” said Matt Prouty, Partner, Hospitality Tennessee, Inc.
The restaurant features a state-of-art kitchen, comfortable modern dining room and bright exterior. New, high-tech, digital Menuboards are featured on the interior along with two kiosks where customers can view pictures and descriptions of the food while taking their time to place their orders.
Customers will also be able to place their orders on the Taco Bell mobile app or online to have their orders ready for pick up when they arrive.  
Taco Bell is currently featuring the limited time only $1 Double Stacked Tacos. Choose from Nacho Crunch, Chipotle Cheddar or Reaper Ranch. Feeding a crowd? Try the huge Nachos Party Pack for only $9.99! Visit TacoBell.com for details.
All former employees were invited back and an additional 30 employees were hired. The restaurant will be open from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday, serving up breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and late night.
In 1954 Glen Bell built three taco stands in San Bernardino, Calif. revolutionizing quick preparation for tacos and the rest is history.
Taco Bell has since captured customers by offering the seasoned, warm, melty, grilled Mexican inspired items for guests of all ages.