Through a Twitter post, help was sought to improve the taco business.
It was all a tweet from a daughter to promote her father’s sliding taco business. A 21-year-old woman from Texas could not stop her father’s taco truck from losing customers during the Giselle Aviles coronovirus epidemic, which has badly affected the food industry. Giselle took to Twitter to ask people for help. The heartbreaking petition soon broke the internet with many people replying and retweeting their tweets. Because of this, taco trucks became more popular than ever and the business is turning for good.
Viral twitter post Read by Giselle – “I wouldn’t do it normally, but my dad’s taco truck business is struggling, they sold only $ 6 today, if you could retweet it, I would appreciate it very much !!” The humble post melted many hearts and got him to try his favorite tacos from his father’s taco truck.
Two days after the tweet, Giselle’s father Elias Aviles got into his taco truck and a line of customers waited for him to open the shop. CNN reported, “The business was so busy that the food trucks had to be shut down twice – once again to rest when they were completely sold out. They also recruited their daughter to help with the orders.”
We have been looking for these tacos for the longest time! Can’t wait to go again, best tacos
– 🙂 (@Asstaafl) 14 September 2020
What a miracle you did for your father. I tweeted again and I have a commitment for your next trip and next time I’m in Houston. be ready. Because we like EAT !! God bless you Giselle
– Jose Trevino (@ATTJoseTrevino) September 15, 2020
I really thought this truck was gone. When this was my fav truck by Starbucks. There were taco bombs. I didn’t know if it moved or where it went. I will stop at Im Humble next time. Help your father with marketing.
– Sean (@ mrshawn16) 14 September 2020
Giselle wrote on Twitter thanking users, “My dad doesn’t understand social media but he wants to tell everyone that he is grateful to everyone who is spreading the word. To bring a smile on his face Thank you, Kovid. It’s been a nightmare for small businesses. “
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