A Texas woman helped her father’s food truck get some much-needed business with one simple tweet.

On Saturday, Giselle Aviles, 21, asked her Twitter followers to help spread the word that her father’s food truck, Taqueria El Torito, in Humble, Texas, needed some help after only selling $6 worth of food that day.

“Hey Twitter!!” she reportedly wrote. “I wouldn’t normally do this, but my dad’s taco truck business is struggling, he only sold $6 today. If you could retweet, I would appreciate you so much!!”

Since then, Aviles has made her Twitter account private, but according to KHOU 11, the tweet gained more than 1,000 retweets on Saturday night and thousands more within a few days.



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Entering his fourth year in the NFL, defensive end Taco Charlton is now on his third different team and is looking at his time with the Kansas City Chiefs as an opportunity to grow.

During training camp, Charlton has received confidence from the Chiefs coaching staff and said during a video conference with reporters Tuesday that he has a chip on his shoulder heading into the season.

“It feels good, you know, I’ve been putting in a lot of work,” Charlton said. “There’s a lot of things – they took a chance on me bringing me here, so of course, I want to prove everybody right and [former Michigan teammate] Frank [Clark], you know, stood on the table for me so I want to prove him right too, so you know, I’ve been doing my part, working hard and trying to make sure I’m doing my best to help this

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Kansas City Chiefs DE Taco Charlton was brought in on a prove-it style contract after being released by the Miami Dolphins. The former first-round pick hasn’t seen his career take off quite as he expected, which has motivated him to work hard in his newest opportunity.

It hasn’t been without challenges, though. A lack of a traditional offseason made training camp and virtual team meetings the only opportunity to leave an impression. Now, with roster cuts on the horizon, he’s hopeful for the opportunity to prove himself in games with the Chiefs.

“Training camp was different with no offseason and everything like that so it took me – it took a little bit to adjust because I had to learn a whole new defense with no real offseason,” Charlton told reporters on Tuesday. “So, it took a little bit of adjustment, but I feel like after that I picked everything

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Regarding the Alleged Incident Involving a Military Veteran at Taco Casa in Early, Texas, That is circulating on Facebook:

Thank you so much for inquiring about the alleged incident that is circulating on Facebook. I completely understand you being outraged with the information you have read. Under normal circumstances, If it proved out to be true, Iwould completely agree and be furious also.

It is alleged that while one of our managers “Thanked the Veteran for his service” another of our employees made a very derogatory and hateful statement directed at the veteran.

I have spoken with the military veteran and his daughter, thanked him for his service to our country, expressed myconcern to them and told them I would immediately terminate any Employee that is disrespectful to anyone in that manner or any similar manner, especially members of our great military and law enforcement. I told them I would

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