Starting August 7th you can get hitched at a Las Vegas Taco Bell
- Taco Bell just announced they will officially start offering wedding packages on August 7th
- The weddings will take place at their flagship Las Vegas Cantina restaurant, and only cost $600
- The package includes the ceremony and officiant, private reception for 15 guests, a sauce-packet bouquet and more
Over the weekend, Taco Bell hosted its first ever wedding in Las Vegas for a couple who won their Love and Tacos Contest, but it turns out such nuptials wasn’t a one time deal for the chain.
As we previously told you, Taco Bell is planning to offer wedding packages to happy couples, and for those interested the chain just announced the official start date for such ceremonies. Starting August 7th, anyone who wants to can get hitched Taco Bell-style can do so at the their flagship Las Vegas Cantina restaurant and it won’t set the happy couple back all that much money.
Taco Bell wedding packages cost just $600, and includes the ceremony, with ordained officiant, a private reception for 15 guests, as well as custom merchandise for the bride and groom, Taco Bell branded champagne flutes, a Taco 12 Pack, a Cinnabon Delights cake and a sauce packet bouquet.
If this sounds like the wedding of your dreams, click here for more info. You can also check out Taco Bell’s ad for the wedding package to your right.
Source: Yahoo Finance
- Don’t forget you’ll have to provide guests with the Pepto Bismol yourself…
The Jeep Wrangler has earned the overall title of “most American-made” vehicle
- Cars.com just came out with their annual American-Made Index, revealing the most “American-made” vehicle out there
- They made their determination based on five factors including assembly location, domestic parts content, country of engine and transmission origin and U.S. factory employment
- Topping the list for the first time ever is the Jeep Wrangler, with the Jeep Cherokee coming in second
We’re always being encouraged to buy American, but when it comes to cars a lot of us opt to go foreign. But if you are someone who really does want to stick to American products as best you can, you may be surprised about which cars are the “most American” out there.
Cars.com just came out with their annual American-Made Index, and for the first time ever, the Jeep Wrangler earned the title of overall “most American made” vehicle. The site based their decisions on five important factors:
- Assembly location: The location in which the vehicle's assembly plant is located
- Domestic parts content: Percentage of a vehicle's parts content originating in the United States and Canada as determined by the American Automobile Labeling Act
- Country of engine origin
- Country of transmission origin
- U.S. factory employment: Each automaker's direct U.S. factory employment relative to its sales footprint
Jeep, which is located in Toledo, Ohio, actually took the top two spots, with Jeep Cherokee coming in second. For both cars, their domestic parts content was very high, 75% for the Wrangler and 70% for the Cherokee, while all the engines, and almost all the transmissions from both cars were made in the USA, with the vehicles assembled in Toledo.
Top Ten Most American Made Cars
- Jeep Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited (Toledo, OH)
- Jeep Cherokee (Toledo, OH)
- Ford Taurus (Chicago, IL)
- Honda Ridgeline (Lincoln, AL)
- Acura RDX (East Liberty, OH)
- Ford F-150 (Dearborn, MI./Claycomo, MO)
- Ford Expedition (Louisville, KY)
- GMC Acadia (Spring Hill, TN)
- Honda Odyssey (Lincoln, AL)
- Honda Pilot (Lincoln, AL)