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Posted: October 10, 2017

Couple takes wedding photos at Taco Bell

Couple Celebrates Big Day At Favorite Spot

By Brittney Donovan, ActionNewsJax.com

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. —

A Jacksonville couple took some unforgettable wedding photos Friday -- at a local Taco Bell.

Nikki Baerman tells Action News Jax that she photographed Skylain and Jeffery Clarke's wedding on Sept. 29.

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They are high school sweethearts who got married on their 6-year dating anniversary.

Baerman said in a Facebook post that Taco Bell was the couple's go-to spot after class in high school.

Skylain told Baerman that they would always scrape together all the quarters Jeffrey had in his car to go eat together after class at Westside High School.

"So what better place to end their wedding day than Taco Bell?" Baerman said on Facebook. "When they told me they were doing this, I immediately invited myself along for the adventure."

Baerman took several photos of the couple inside the Taco Bell near The Avenues, including one with a Hot sauce packet that says "I do."

"They are such a sweet, fun-loving couple and this was the icing on the cake that day," Baerman said. 


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Photo courtesy: Nikki B. Photography

Couple takes wedding photos at Taco Bell

Photo courtesy: Nikki B. Photography

Couple takes wedding photos at Taco Bell

Jeffery and Skylain Clarke used their local Taco Bell as the setting for their wedding photos. The high school sweethearts used to go to the fast food restaurant after class when they were dating.

Driver offers police officer Taco Bell to ignore cocaine in his car

 

A Washington State driver made a big mistake when he allegedly tried to bribe a police officer with fast food when the officer noticed drugs in his car.

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Officer Joshua Glass pulled a vehicle over on Thursday for a minor equipment violation, the Pasco Police Department wrote on its Facebook page.

Glass noticed baggies containing white powder in the center console, which the driver tried to conceal with a cellphone, authorities said. 

Eric Xavier Vela Arriaga, 27, allegedly asked Glass to disregard the cocaine and in exchange offered him a “hook-up” at Taco Bell, police said. 

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Officer Glass thanked Arriaga for the offer, since he likes Taco Bell, but declined, police said. 

Arriaga was charged with cocaine possession.

 

Lyft, Taco Bell partner to help cure late-night munchies on your ride home

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Lyft, Taco Bell partner to help cure late-night munchies on your ride home

Ever call your Lyft (or Uber) driver after a night out and wonder if he or she would be so inclined to make a quick stop for food on the way?

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Well, Lyft is here to cure those late-night munchies.

In an unexpected yet genius cross-marketing campaign, the rideshare company has announced a new partnership with everyone’s favorite fourth-meal joint: Taco Bell.

The company shared the news in a blog post Tuesday, writing the new collaboration with Taco Bell will delight consumers “with a unique ride-thru experience.”

Lyft riders will be able to select the in-app Taco Mode option to make a pit stop for “the ultimate Taco Bell experience,” including a free Doritos Locos Taco for the first ride, a special menu and more.

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Taco Mode will be launched as a pilot program between 9 p.m. and 2 a.m. during two date periods: July 27-29 and Aug. 3-5 in Orange County, California. Lyft has plans to expand the late-night deal to additional markets before the end of 2017, and eventually roll the program out nationwide in 2018.

Read more on the Lyft blog.

Taco Bell is ditching the drive-thru, adding booze in hundreds of new urban locations 

Taco Bell is embarking on an urban expansion that includes ditching its money-making drive-thru option and adding alcohol in a cantina-style restaurant setting, similar to almost a dozen restaurants it opened in 2015 in America’s biggest cities, including Chicago and San Francisco.

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The Tex-Mex fast food giant is planning to open as many as 350 new locations in cities, including New York, Nashville, Detroit and Pittsburgh by 2022, according to Food&Wine

The restaurant wants to have a bigger impact in urban areas where millennial populations are exploding. 

New urbanized Taco Bells might reflect the culture of the cities where they’re located, including local artwork, digital menus and open kitchens, Food&Wine reported.

But possibly the biggest change on tap for the food retailer is adding alcohol to its menu. It’s new cantina-style restaurants already feature beer, wine and sangria, and frozen drinks with rum, vodka or tequila.

>> Related: Police: Taco Bell customer goes on rampage over order issue 

The Tex-Mex chain also has international expansion plans, according to Bloomberg, and hopes to open more than 100 locations in Canada, China and Brazil.

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