Taco Chon has experienced a swell of group help pursuing news that the company operator was remaining sued by Taco John’s primarily based on their name.

Taco Chon owner Juan Ramos stated the business has found lots of new buyers who have come in wanting to convey their help for the organization.

According to a complaint submitted in United States District Courtroom in Minnesota, Taco John’s is asking for a everlasting injunction to retain Taco Chon from working with that identify for any Mexican-themed cafe give Taco John’s all of Taco Chon’s gains whilst the small business operated less than the name Taco Chon and that Taco Chon pays damages, legal professional charges and courtroom expenses.

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In addition, an acquaintance of Ramos’ started off a GoFundMe for $150,000 that Ramos explained would be employed for authorized expenditures. As of Wednesday afternoon, a lot more than $2,400 experienced been lifted.

Ramos explained he would like to thank absolutely everyone who has arrive in to help Taco Chon.

Sarah Kocher is the business reporter for the St. Cloud Periods. Reach her at 320-255-8799 or [email protected]. Follow her on Twitter @SarahAKocher.

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