Taco John’s International announced the expansion of their headquarters to Minneapolis, Minnesota with a Satellite Office.
President and CEO Jim Creel expressed this decision was a result of a strategic planning process conducted two years ago. They have a prominent footprint with 200 franchises in the Minnesota area and it would be beneficial for the business to have this expansion within hours of these locations.
“We have taken a number of steps over the past two years to lay the foundation for expansion,” said Creel. “And, in order for the expansion to take place, we decided that we needed to have a presence where it was all happening.”
Housed at the office will be franchisee focused departments and most of the corporation will remain in the city of Cheyenne, where Taco Johns was founded.
“Taco John’s was founded in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and will remain in Cheyenne, Wyoming,” said Creel. “There is no better place in the country to call home.”
Creel also addressed in this announcement recent successes at the corporation which has driven these decisions of expansion. Recently they rolled out the chain’s new menu and hosted the launch of the new prototype that’s being rolled out across the country. This prototype can be seen at their South Greeley location in Cheyenne.