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Culture Fuzzy’s Taco Shop to feed medical community on National Nurses Day

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop to feed medical community on National Nurses Day

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Fuzzy’s Taco Shop has announced that it will donate 5% of sales from the day of April 29 to feed local nurses, doctors and first responders on National Nurses Day May 6.
Participating Fuzzy’s Taco Shop locations will partner with a local hospital, urgent care or medical facility in their community to provide warm meals to those on the front lines, the company said in a news release.
Fans can enjoy all the Mexican favorites with a splash of Baja the taco shop is known and loved for through takeout and pickup at all locations.

Fuzzy’s original site is still open near TCU.
In addition to its regular menu, guests can choose from two different family packs – taco and fajita – for up to eight people.
https://www.fuzzystacoshop.com

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