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Taco Bell Opening Four New Stores In 2015

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Nuevo-local-Taco-Bell-en-Costa-Rica-770x578(QCOSTARICA BUSINESS) Taco Bell Costa Rica announced it will be opening four new locations in the greater metropolitan area of San Jose this year, at an investment of US$500.000 per location.

“The brand new openings are due to market conditions that have favoured us, which allowed us to define 2015 as an important period of growth that is expected to benefit a large number of customers of the brand,” said Mauricio Rodríguez operations manager of Taco Bell Costa Rica, said Mauricio Rodriguez.

All openings of the brand required a detailed market research, explained the manager.

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“We strive to closer to our consumers with comfortable restaurants, and close to where they live and work,” added Rodriguez.

Taco Bell has 28 stores in Costa Rica, increasing to 32 by the end of the year.

Source: Revistasumma.com

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