Wienerschnitzel knows how to celebrate the holidays and 2018 is no different.
Veterans Day gives Americans the chance to acknowledge the bravery and sacrifice of U.S. veterans and those currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Wienerschnitzel once again finds itself at the center of a celebration in August thanks to the arrival of two classic summertime treats.
Wienerschnitzel turns 57 this year and to celebrate, the iconic hot dog chain is offering its world-famous hot dogs for just 57 cents on Tuesday, July 10.
Not only will Wienerschnitzel be open on Easter Sunday, but it will also celebrate the spring holiday by offering 99-cent Chili Cheese Fries on Sunday, April 1.
In honor of National Chili Day on February 22, Wienerschnitzel named the Top 10 Chili Cities in the United States.
Wienerschnitzel is reeling-in customers this Lent and spring with the return of its famous Fish ‘N Chips limited-time offer February 12 to April 29. Once again, the hot dog chain’s popular pa
Wienerschnitzel has been ranked the No. 1 quick service restaurant in the hot dog category in the latest franchise rankings by Entrepreneur Magazine.
Wienerschnitzel is heating things up on the first day of 2018 by offering its popular Chili Cheese Fries for just 99 cents on January 1.
After more than 15 years learning every aspect of the family business, J.R.
Wienerschnitzel is making the holidays a whole lot more delicious with its new chili cheese tamales.
Wienerschnitzel is at it again.
Celebrating his partnership with The World’s Largest Hot Dog Chain®, IndyCar Series driver J.R.
The World’s Largest Hot Dog Chain is again the center of celebration with the offer of a free root beer float with any purchase all day on August 6, in honor of National Root Beer Float Day.
For the World’s Largest Hot Dog Chain—July 19 is a very significant day of the year.
Taking its cue from the action sports star’s years of iconic “hot dog” moves, Wienerschnitzel is giving one lucky fan the opportunity to visit—and even learn tricks from—professional racer and stun
Wienerschnitzel announce it recently signed a multi-unit development agreement to build 10 new Wienerschnitzel restaurants throughout California and Texas within the next five years.
The International Franchise Association's (IFA) Franchise Education & Research Foundation announced Tuesday the winners of its second annual Franchising Gives Back Awards, who were honored
Wienerschnitzel is celebrating its “sort of German” roots with the return of Grilled Bratwurst.
To celebrate National Root Beer Float Day, Wienerschnitzel, the world’s largest hot dog chain and home to Tastee Freez soft serve, is offering free Root Beer Floats on August 6.
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Wienerschnitzel is slashing the price of three classic hot dogs to 55 cents each in celebration of the company’s 55th anniversary.
Wienerschnitzel contributed $20,000 to the second annual Hot Dogs for Homeless Tour for a grand total of nearly $70,000 in donations.
Wienerschnitzel’s CEO Cindy Galardi Culpepper will appear on the 100th episode of the CBS hit series “Undercover Boss.” The episode, which follows Culpepper’s journey as she
Wienerschnitzel, home of America’s favorite chili dog, inked a three-unit development agreement with PBA Properties to build Wienerschnitzel restaurants throughout San Antonio, Texas.
Wienerschnitzel, home of America’s favorite chili dog, has unveiled Loaded Po’Taters, available in three bold flavor combinations.
Wienerschnitzel, Home of America’s Favorite Hot Dog, teamed up with Skate For Change, a nonprofit that encourages youth to give back to the lesser fortunate in their communities, for its seco
Wienerschnitzel is celebrating National Corn Dog Day with $0.99 Corn Dogs all day long on Sunday, March 20.
Wienerschnitzel, Home of America’s Favorite Chili Dog, is proud to announce its latest partnership with professional BMX rider, Andy Buckworth, for the 2016 season.
As far as events that come around only once every four years—the Olympics, presidential elections—Leap Day seems to pale in comparison.