During a Taco Time co-op meeting in Salt Lake City, the Delta franchise was presented the Golden Cactus Award. The award was accepted by owner Orval Proctor, who explained this award is given to restaurants which earn at least a 94 percent on all their inspection reports for the year.
The Delta store also earned the Top Dollar Award.
Two individual awards were brought back to Delta and presented at a staff meeting last week.
The Manager of the Year Award went to Joyce Urich, who has worked at Taco Time for over 22 years. Urich insists every customer always receives the highest quality of food and service.
"Because of Joyce's hard work and dedication to the store and her crew, the Delta Taco Time consistently ranks in the top 10 of Taco Time's 200 stores," Proctor said. "She puts her heart and soul into her work every day. You can tell she has a lot of pride in the store. No matter how busy or hard a day it has been, you will see Joyce still working away with a smile on her face."
The Crew Member of the Year Award was presented to Gillerminia Uribe, or GG as she's known to her friends and co-workers.
"This award really put me on the spot," Proctor said. "I am proud of every one of my employees. A lot of them are high school kids, and they all work very hard. It is always hard to see them leave and move on to college."
Proctor said he nominated Uribe because of her bubbly personality and the pride she takes in doing a great job. Her name was combined with the employees from 25 other stores to select the Crew Member of the Year.
"At Taco Time, we are so privileged to have employees like GG who work very hard and really put a lot of personality into their customer service," Proctor said. "That really makes the difference."
Taco Time has been part of the Delta community since Proctor opened for business on Feb. 5, 1980.blog comments powered by Disqus