GoFundMe campaign to keep Pepe’s Mexican Cafe ‘open and flourishing’ gains traction with over 70 contributions so far

76 people, and counting, have given to a GoFundMe campaign to help Pepe’s Mexican Cafe, an Aggieland institution for over 50 years, make repairs and survive the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Visit the campaign to contribute >> https://www.gofundme.com/f/friends-of-pepe039s-mexican-food

For 51 years, Pepe’s Mexican Cafe (formerly Pepe Taco) has served the Bryan-College Station community. Ken Martin donated every time a high school kid came knocking for an ad or wanted him to buy their fundraiser. Now is the time to give back!  Corona virus has hit hard and Pepe’s is in need of a number of repairs. Ken’s son, Kip is now the manager of Pepe’s and is a member of the Bryan High Class of 1980. On behalf of the Class of 1980 we would like everyone that ever enjoyed a smothered burrito or some of that award winning hot sauce to help keep this icon open and flourishing. Kip promises that every penny raised will go towards strengthening Pepe’s long term viability and to no other ends. We know Kip would love to be able to have a grand reopening sometime soon, after the first of the year with a new and “polished” Pepe’s.

Thank you for your help and support!
Don J Fazzino
Linda Williams Blezinger

Image source: Pepe’s Mexican Cafe Facebook page

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