Employees of restaurants and corporate office donate more than 3,000 toys to seven cities.
Company e-mailing coupons for free menu items to customers every other day from December 1 to Christmas Eve.
Company announces launch of LTO buffalo chicken sandwich.
Burger chain launches T-shirt customization Web site, allowing customers to assemble favorite orders on shirts.
The company will award more than $110,000 in college scholarships to 57 Whataburger family members.
Whataburger’s deal with Barrand Inc. spans 40-plus restaurants in Northeast Texas and the Florida Panhandle.
Whataburger Restaurants promotes Controller Ed Nelson to CFO.
A rigorous evaluation process which involved 20 software vendors, stretched over 15 months and included several week-long demos and a month long pilot culminated with XPIENT being named as Whataburger’s solution of choice.
COO and Executive Vice President Preston Atkinson is tapped to lead the burger company as it approaches the $1 billion mark.
The woman who raised a family and a legendary burger chain, with husband Harmon Dobson, died yesterday after a hard fought battle with cancer.
Tim Taft will be replaced by Whataburger Chairman and CEO Tom Dobson in the president’s role. Whataburger’s former chief development officer, Preston Atkinson, will move into the COO slot.
The award honors Sandee Pritchard, who was chosen from among hundreds of nominees, for her trendsetting leadership and excellence in human resources.
Pro athletes and Texas businessmen join forces to build 28 new restaurants in Jacksonville, Fla. area.
Whataburger’s newest award recognizes an outstanding general manager—and the honor comes with a 2002 Ford Mustang GT convertible.
Tim Taft, president and COO of Whataburger and the former captain of the University of Texas track team, carried the Olympic torch in Austin.
The 77th Texas Legislature is set to officially recognize
what Texans have known for more than 50 years: that Whataburger is a state
Houston businessman Theldon Branch recently did something no one else has done in over a decade: on March 6, he became a new Whataburger franchisee.
As its successful 50th Anniversary celebration comes to a close, Whataburger, Inc. begins a new era in the company’s history with a new chair emeritus, chairman/CEO and president/COO.