Taco Bell is an American string of fast food restaurants located in Irvine, Ca. A subsidiary company of Yum! Manufacturers, Inc., they serve an assortment of Tex-Mex foods including tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, other forte things, and an an assortment “Value menu” things. Taco Bell has over 2 million clients annually in over 5,800 restaurants. If you haven’t already visited a Taco Bell restaurant then why not check them out online at TacoBell.com where you can see a full menu, nutritional information, special offers and use the locator to find a Taco Bell restaurant near you!
What the hell is Tell The Bell? Good Question!
Tell The Bell is an online feedback survey designed by Taco Bell to allow them to manage customers comments across all of their restaurant chains conveniently so they can distribute comments network wide and forever increase their customer service, standard of food and pricing.
Taco Bell value your business and opinions so as a thank you for participating in the customer survey you can enter the sweepstakes for your chance to win a brand new iPad.
Sound good? It’s really easy to finish the survey and shouldn’t take longer than several minutes. Before you begin you will need a valid receipt from your most recent purchase and atleast 18 years of age. Let’s get started below;
- Visit the official survey webpage at www.tellthebell.com
- Be sure to read the sweepstake rules, and you can check the past winners.
- Enter the 16 digit survey code found on your receipt and click Continue.
- Answer all required questions as honest as possible.
- Enter the sweepstakes for your chance to win a brand new iPad.
We this page helps you complete the survey, and best of luck in the sweepstakes!
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Our visit to the Bath, New York store was second only to the Bath McDonalds in one of the worst experiences. The employees-with the exception of the drive thru boy may just as well have left to go to the motel next door. The food prep area gave every appearance of a grope-fest. To top that off, the “manager” was at the counter visiting with a young male customer during all of this. There were no tomatoes nor large cups. We were repulsed by this behavior, further exacerbated by the fact that the groping was going on with the gloves that were not changed prior to preparing our food.