Texas Fast-Casual Chain ‘Project Pollo’ to be on Shark Tank on 5/20

Project Pollo, America’s first vegan chick’n fast-casual chain (and largest growing vegan restaurant in the US) with locations across Texas, will be featured on ABC’s Shark Tank season finale, which airs this Friday, May 20 at 7pm CT / 8pm ET. The popular national reality TV show lets entrepreneurs present their ideas to the “sharks” in the tank to try and convince one of them to invest money into their idea. 

Project Pollo CEO & Founder Lucas Bradbury had this to say about the experience: 

“We were beyond excited when we received the opportunity to film for the show and to receive valuable feedback from such a talented group of sharks! Project Pollo is here to show the world that the future of mass consumption is plant-based.”

Established in 2020 by vegan entrepreneur Lucas Bradbury, Project Pollo gives a cluck about the planet and the people who inhabit it. The first of its kind plant-based fast-food chick’n concept, Project Pollo is built on bold flavors and bolder principles, including fair wages, sustainability, and people over profit. The scratch-made menu offers delicious vegan chicken sandwiches, wraps, and strips, as well as plenty of mouthwatering sides, including crispy Papas, smothered in cashew queso, and Mac N Cheese.

Project Pollo is committed to changing the face of the fast-food industry by offering affordable, delicious, convenient access to quality, plant-based options that everyone from the veteran vegan to the curious carnivore will enjoy. With locations across Texas (some drive-thru), Project Pollo hopes to spread its wings to 100 stores by 2024

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