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8/23/05

Taco Bueno Treats Early Birds To Free Food

A third Taco Bueno restaurant will open in Lubbock, Wednesday.

A handful of patrons just couldn't wait so they camped out, outside the newest Taco Bueno at 82nd and Frankford. We found some have even been there since Monday night.

"I didn't have a lot going on and managed to get off work, and my wife let me so that was nice of her." said Taco Bueno camper, Nathan Futrell.

The grand opening will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday. $500 in Bueno Bucks will be awarded to the first 10 people in line.

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