Taco Bell, the well-known food venue has filed a trademark application to register TACO Bell with the intention of offering something really unusual.
According to a Twitter update from trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis, Taco Bell intends to offer virtual venues to take wedding festivities and metaverse events to another level.
Virtual weddings at Taco Bell????
The fast food giant filed a trademark application to register TACO BELL claiming plans to offer:
🌮 Virtual event venues for weddings
🌮 Virtual event venues
🌮 Metaverse event venues
— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) August 14, 2022
The brand was unveiled on Aug. 9 and says the restaurant will offer a virtual online event venue for special occasions, provide a virtual venue to organize and host social events, hold wedding ceremonies, as well as various event entertainment services and both live and pre-recorded services. A virtual venue for speakers and cultural events is also part of the plan.
Earlier, sandwich chain Jersey Mike’s embarked on the NFT and metaverse journey, claiming it would offer virtual food, NFTs, restaurants and more.
Likewise, Subway filed two trademark applications to enter the metaverse in May of this year.
Taco Bell and Web3
It is worth mentioning that a few months ago Taco Bell filed trademark applications to enter the metaverse with virtual restaurants, food and beverages, and offer NFT.
The company’s plans at the time were to provide virtual restaurants, with home delivery in the real world, where users could earn reward points and virtual currency that can be used to purchase food and beverages in the real and virtual worlds.
So tweeted Mike Kondoudis:
TACO BELL has filed trademark applications for its name and logo for:
✅ Virtual foods + drinks
✅ NFTs + NFT backed multimedia
✅ Online stores featuring virtual goods
✅ Virtual restaurants with “actual and virtual goods”#NFTs #Metaverse #Web3 #Cryptocurrency pic.twitter.com/XOVt36SPt2
— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) March 30, 2022
Recently, brand applications have also been filed by companies such as KFC, Burger King, Panera Bread, McDonald’s, Wingstop, Panda Express and Tyson Foods, among others, to express their desire to enter the metaverse and offer NFT.
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