Even at Hwy 55, the retro burger joint known for the best burgers, shakes & fries in the world, the Hot Dog will be front, center and less than a buck from 2-5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 18 at its 138 locations in 13 states.
Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes & Fries announced Tuesday it would sell its famous Hot Dogs for $.99 on National Hot Dog Day, which is determined annually by the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council depending upon the Congressional Calendar and the National Hot Dog Lunch on Capitol Hill. Hwy 55 is the country’s largest restaurant chain that sells red hot dogs, historically a preferred treat in the South.
The deal will be limited to 2 per guest on dine-in purchases only, and is good for members of My Hwy 55 Rewards Program and all guests who download the app (or receive a punch card) prior to the holiday. All Hwy 55 fans who download the app also receive a coupon for a FREE Hwy 55 milkshake.
“We offer a traditional Eastern North Carolina hot dog which makes them not only unique in color, but also in taste,” said Hwy 55 president Kenney Moore. “Guests can top it with traditional favorites like mustard and ketchup as well as house-made toppings like pimento cheese or chili. We always have a fresh take on the classics and for 99 cents, our Hot Dog is not only the quintessential summer meal, it’s also the ideal summer deal.”
Hwy 55 boasts a fresh, All-American diner experience with fresh, never-frozen burgers, premium sliced cheesesteaks piled high on steamed hoagies and frozen custard made in-house every day. With its open-grill design, the kitchen's dedication and care when hand-crafting meals is front and center.
While celebrating its 27th year in business, Hwy 55 has sold the rights to more than 1,000 franchise locations around the world. Hwy 55 has also signed franchise agreements for Texas, West Virginia, Louisiana, Kentucky, Montana and southern Indiana and Virginia in the past year. The brand plans to open approximately 25 locations in 2018.
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