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We Did It! ~ L.A. Taco Tops Goal in First Ever Membership Drive

7:04 AM PST on March 4, 2019

[dropcap size=big]O[/dropcap]n behalf of the L.A. Taco Team, thank you readers and supporters for answering our membership drive! We were able to surpass our goal and reach 106 percent of new membership drive during the shortest month of the year.

Each of your contributors goes directly toward paying writers, editors, photographers, and contributors of every kind. So each of us truly appreciates the trust and support you’ve given us in such a short time since our relaunch. Thank you for spreading the word, too.

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We’re thrilled with the response, and ready for more! So be prepared for the upcoming Rogue 99 — the second edition, by editors Katherine Spiers and Tien Nguyen. And also mark your calendars now for Taco Madness, May 4th at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes.

We’re always eager to sign up new members along with partners for sponsorships and branded content, so please contact us if you work in that realm.

The Taco fam is growing, so thank you for coming along for the ride!

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