MCALLEN, Texas – On Tuesday, Sept. 13, Whataburger customers can show their support for the Nikki Rowe High School band booster club by enjoying their favorite menu items, and 20 percent of Whataburger’s sales from 6 to 9 p.m. will be donated to the organization. Whataburger’s “Oh Whata Night” will include its popular “Whataburger for a Year” drawing, where one customer’s name will be drawn to win the prize – a free Whataburger each week for an entire year. To add to the fun, there will be a photo booth at the event, as well as a guest appearance from Whataburger’s mascot, Whataguy. The first 100 attendees will also receive free sunglasses.
“Whataburger believes in investing in the communities we call home,” said Whataburger Director of Operations David Cantu. “We’re fortunate to join with the most generous customers in support for the Nikki Rowe High School band boosters.”
Family-owned Whataburger has proudly served its famous burgers since 1950 and continues to deliver fresh, made-to-order meals every day with extraordinary customer service. In addition to “Oh Whata Night” fundraising, Whataburger supports the communities it serves through charitable giving and volunteerism to a number of nonprofit organizations that focus on children’s charities, cancer research, hunger assistance, disaster relief and military support.
Deep Fried Twinkies!
You don’t have to go to a county fair to experience DEEP FRIED TWINKIES anymore. Something THAT unhealthy needed to roam free.
Hostess just introduced a prepackaged version of Deep Fried Twinkies, and they’re on sale right now at Walmart. And Walmart has a one-year exclusive deal to sell them, because they KNOW their customers.
They’re pre-fried, and they’re in the frozen food section. So you need to heat them up in the oven or the microwave before you eat them.(Grubstreet)
I always assumed the waitresses at Hooters might harbor a great disdain for the guys who go there pretending they love the food. But apparently that disdain doesn’t run as deep as I thought.
72-year-old Donald Thomas is a long-time regular at a Hooters in Roswell, Georgia. And a 22-year-old waitress named Mariana Villarreal waited on him recently. (Roswell is about 20 miles north of Atlanta.)
Apparently she’d waited on him before, but barely knew him, because she’d only worked there three months. Anyway, while they were talking, she found out he recently lost function in both kidneys due to cancer.
That hit close to home for Mariana, because her grandmother recently passed away from kidney failure. She knew Donald could still live a normal life with one kidney . . . so she offered to give him one of HERS. And he accepted.
The surgery happened last Friday at a transplant center in Atlanta, and Donald and Mariana are both doing fine.
(WXIA / WMAZ)
Wal-Mart shoppers in Massachusetts got a surprise Friday night, when Beyonce stopped by, picked up a few toys for her daughter and handed out $50 gift cards to 750 lucky customers.
Before performing in Boston, Bey handed out $37,500 worth of gift cards in envelopes that read, “Happy Holidays from Beyoncé.”