Wichita, Kansas 2021-04-04 23:02:35 –
Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – Some Wichitas were well-suited to go to work this Sunday as some people were ready to go to church.
Leo Zapata Jr., an employee of Leo’s Taquería, said:
The Zapata family owns a small taco truck. Leo’s Tachoria is said to be closed during the holidays, but this year he decided to try something else.
“There are many places nearby today. Let’s see what happens and see if we can get more people in,” Zapata said.
Zapata has seen a stable flow of customers going to Taco Truck.
“All new faces and everything is really good,” he added.
Their neighbor, the Otaku Amusement Company, said they were also tracking many of the customers they stopped by.
Danny Otaway, owner of the Otaku Amusement Company, said:
This was the first week of amusement parks in Pony and Seneca, but instead the first week of their sweets truck. They say COVID prevented them from opening an amusement park.
“We’re still waiting for this pandemic to get a little brighter before we restart all the rides,” Otaway explained.
They say sunny days, Easter Sundays, and accessibility to the COVID vaccine are part of the reason for meeting more customers.
“I think it reassures people, not the panic thinking that everyone experienced when the pandemic first started,” said Zapata.
“I think the reason we’ve done so well is because people want something that looks a bit normal,” Otaway said. “Carnival food is clearly something they miss because they haven’t had a carnival for about a year.”
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