Taco Bell airlifts 10,000 Tacos to a remote Alaska town

Published On: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 1:25 PM
By: David Ross
Taco Bell airlifts truck with 10,000 Tacos to remote Alaska town
(Scroll down for video) A remote Alaska town finally got the Tacos they dreamed of for a long time.

When pranksters in Bethel, Alaska, deceived the common people into thinking that a branch of Taco Bell was coming to the area, thousands were disappointed when it turned out to be false.

However, once the fast-food giant leadership heard about the shortage of Tacos in the town they swung into action to correct the shortage of tacos in the city of 6000 through a very strange solution.

In a successful public relations stunt, Taco Bell chose to hoist a truckload of the Tex-Mex snack hundreds of  kilometers to the people of Alaska to meet the demands of the locals.

The nearest Taco Bell, a subsidiary for the people of Bethel had been 400 miles away in Anchorage.
The truck was to fly 150 pounds of cheese, 500 pounds of sour cream, 900 pounds of beef, 300 pounds of lettuce and 300 pounds of tomatoes all the way from Anchorage to Bethel.

The result helped the fast food company offer tacos to the 6,000 inhabitants of Bethel.
The company called the so called humanitarian operation “Operation Alaska”.

Mobile video not loading? Click her to view