Cincinnati woman Rachel Robinson stars in Taco Bell promotion - Tucson News Now

Cincinnati woman stars in Taco Bell promotion

She Instagramed this picture of the inside of the limo She Instagramed this picture of the inside of the limo
Rachel in her Mayor's sash Rachel in her Mayor's sash
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Checking in paid off for one Cincinnati woman.

Blogger and apparent Taco Bell enthusiast Rachel Robinson became the Foursquare Mayor of the Lincoln Heights Taco Bell on February 20.

On March 3, Taco Bell 'kidnapped' her, put her in a limo and took her to that Taco Bell to shoot a commercial that was posted on YouTube.

She received a sash and free Cool Ranch Locos Tacos. She then handed them out to other patrons.

The YouTube commercial has almost 500,000 views already.

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