OC Restaurant Association Gives Taco a Virtual Place to Call Home

The OC Restaurant Association has acquired the domain, TacoTuesday.com, the company said.

Recently purchased by OC Restaurant Association Founder and President Pamela Waitt, TacoTuesday.com will launch in Spring 2020 as planet Earth´s ultimate Taco Tuesday resource.

The first and only hub where restaurants upload their profiles and menu specials–and a simple zip code search takes consumers to the nearest Taco Tuesday–the website will serve as an unbiased, all-inclusive and non-contentious platform for everyone everywhere to share, watch, read about and applaud everything tacos.

The term Taco Tuesday has taken center stage in a big way thanks to LeBron James, who is trying to make the remarkable phrase un-trademarkable. Despite scuffles around the phrase, there is nothing serious about TacoTuesday.com except the fact that people are serious about Taco Tuesday.

A quick search for the phrase returns more than 92 million results, with more than 3 million #tacotuesday posts on Instagram and Twitter, all pointing toward the tremendous potential to build an online community partnering for the greater good of the taco.

Currently in development, TacoTuesday.com will include an initial database of approximately 500 restaurants in the five states with the highest search volume for Taco Tuesday: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Florida and Nevada.

The Orange County Restaurant Association works to strengthen, support and promote the Orange County, California restaurant landscape. With a mission to promote and market the Orange County restaurant industry as a whole, the association spotlights Orange County´s incredible talent as a premier dining destination while building the community and culinary family.