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-Press Release and photo, Oscar Mayer/Kraft Heinz
What’s 27-feet-long, hot dog-shaped, and hauling buns through the Raleigh-Durham area? It’s the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile! Don’t miss the opportunity to “meat” this piece of American history and its drivers, the Hotdoggers, Cold Cuts Chloe and Chili Dog CJ!
This week, Cold Cuts and Chili Dog are on a special mission.
Several Hotdogger alumni call the Triangle their home. While they no longer drive a 27 foot-long hot dog, they continue to make a positive impact in their communities. The Wienermobile will be driving miles of smiles all over town, making stops inspired by the amazing work of former Hotdoggers!
Locally, the Wienermobile will visit the Raleigh Road Outdoor Theatre in Henderson (3336 Raleigh Rd) on Friday, November 13, 2020, from 7 – 9:30 p.m.
The Wienermobile was invented in 1936 by Oscar Mayer’s nephew, Carl Mayer, to bring much-needed joy to Americans during the Great Depression. That mission hasn’t changed since. Today, the Wienermobile continues to spark smiles nationwide, bringing just as much joy but in a vehicle twice as large as the original!
These days, Hotdoggers carry out the brand’s mission to drive miles of smiles. Hotdoggers are recent college graduates who, if they cut the mustard, are hired to cruise the hot dog highways for a full year!
Have a birthday or anniversary coming up? Want to celebrate with a 27-foot-long hot dog on wheels? This year, you can request a visit from the Wienermobile while it’s in town! Click here to schedule a visit.