Joliet Taco Trail Passport Challenge Launches Today

Joliet, IL – The Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Joliet City Center Partnership have launched the Joliet Taco Trail, a passport check-in program that challenges users to visit eight local taquerias and discover why Joliet is famous for its authentic and flavorful Mexican restaurants. View the Joliet Taco Trail by clicking here.

The Joliet Taco Trail is located across Joliet's City Center and Collins Street neighborhoods. The free mobile passport will allow users to check-in and win Joliet Taco Trail prizes all while supporting local dining establishments. The first three people to complete the trail by checking in and eating at each location will receive a $25 gift card to one of the participating restaurants. Everyone who completes the trail before the end of the year will earn a Joliet Taco Trail Founding Member sticker.

Taco lovers can embark on the Joliet Taco Trail by visiting JolietTacoTrail.com and downloading the always-free Heritage Corridor app. Users will have until December 31, 2022 to complete their Joliet Taco Trail check-ins and earn their status as a Joliet Taco Trail Founding Member.

The Joliet Taco Trail is the second of multiple experience passports that the Heritage Corridor CVB has launched to encourage visitors and locals alike to explore their communities and support local businesses. There is no cost for restaurants within the Joliet City Center Special Service Area to participate. Joliet Taco Trail users over the age of 21 can also easily access the popular Heritage Corridor Ale Trail passport in the same app.

Stops along the Joliet Taco Trail:

About the Heritage Corridor Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) ignites, influences, and impacts the visitor experience through tourism partnerships. Serving the communities and counties along the historic I&M Canal National Heritage Corridor, The First Hundred Miles of Illinois Route 66, and Starved Rock Country. Starting just a few miles southwest of Chicago and extending southwest through Starved Rock Country. The CVB is the officially certified bureau for the following counties: Bureau, Grundy, LaSalle, Livingston, Putnam, and Will. Visit HeritageCorridorCVB.com for more information.

About the Joliet City Center Partnership
Joliet City Center Partnership is a community-driven, comprehensive program designed to improve all aspects of the traditional downtown central business district. Working through community partnerships, Joliet City Center Partnership is committed to encouraging economic development, strengthening public participation, fostering community pride, and promoting the unique assets of Downtown Joliet. Visit www.jolietdowntown.com for more information.

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