Move over Taco Tuesday and make room for Tyler Tuesdays.
Former Kentucky Wildcat Tyler Herro is partnering with the popular restaurant chain Chipotle to create the Tyler Herro Bowl and at select South Florida locations, a $0 delivery fee if you order the bowl on Tuesdays.
No delivery fees on Chipotle orders in South Florida? This will be a hit.
The Tyler Herro Bowl is now available in-app at most @ChipotleTweets locations in South Florida + when you order on Tuesdays through 4/27, get a $0 delivery fee! Higher menu prices and service fee apply for delivery. Details: https://t.co/z51alINbMt #TylerTuesday #sponsored pic.twitter.com/UaJ3OLMvUl— Tyler Herro (@raf_tyler) March 16, 2021
Herro is the first NBA player to partner with Chipotle to have a signature menu item, but he’s become a celebrity in the South Florida area and seems to always be thinking outside the box, which could really pay off for him.
Of course, this is also on the heels of Herro having his own cereal and being the title of a Jack Harlow song.
Oh, and what’s in the Tyler Herro bowl? half chicken, half steak with brown rice, pinto beans, sour cream, cheese, honey vinaigrette, and guacamole.
Congrats to Tyler for landing this promotion!
Tweet of the Day
Kentucky fans when a player enters the transfer portal. pic.twitter.com/X19J00tSdC— Danny Davis (@DannyDa27021564) March 18, 2021
Give us all the transfers.
The recruiting world looks much different than it did 10 years ago.
No surprise here.
We still don’t know what the pre-draft process is going to look like.
I like the idea of Juwan Howard vs. Patrick Ewing.
Not good, not good at all.
With smaller crowds, tickets won’t come easy.
Milwaukee hopes Tucker will be a key piece for a title run.