A Sioux Falls Business Stays Strong During Economic Challenges
The vision for the owner of one very special Sioux Falls food truck was to always share the Native American culture with the community. Despite the ongoing challenges for local businesses, Lawrence West of the Watecha Bowl has successfully realized this dream!
Watecha Bowl just shared some exciting numbers on its Facebook page that I thought was just too incredible not to pass along. The Watecha Bowl's specialty dish just reached new heights in the community and beyond.
As of the end of July, Watecha Bowl has sold over 300,000 Indian Tacos and counting as well as 700,000 pieces of frybread and counting! This local business would not be able to reach these milestones and subsequent success if it was not for the awesome Sioux Empire community.
In the extensive Facebook post, the Watecha Bowl tells its followers that this achievement not only affects the business but also generates positive advancements throughout the entire Native American community.
"We thank you for your continued support and the ability to have the opportunity to continue to grow our community provide native jobs promote native excellence education and growth for allowing us to become a home grown staple. We will continue to provide and strive to reach teach and feed and unite as many ppl as we can as we expand nationwide over the next couple of years we truly couldn't image begining our journey anywhere else than home Sioux Falls and South Dakota all of indian country and our supporters we love you."