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Weinermobile in Wichita Falls

The iconic Oscar Mayer Weinermobile arrived in Wichita Falls Today. While the Weinermobile promotes the famous hot dog brand, the real reason it's here in Wichita Falls is to spread a little cheer and to help the local food bank.

 “Ketchup” Kelly Burger, Oscar Mayer spokesperson, said the goal of the Weinrmobile is to make people happy.

“Spreading happiness with our big ole' hot dog. Additionally, we'll be doing a lot of events in the area and we'll be running a canned food drive- so if you see our big ole' hot dog, feel free to bring some canned food,” said Burger.  

The Oscar Mayer mobile will be in various sites around Wichita Falls, including the public library on Wednesday, October 28,  and other spots. 

     

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