Industry News | October 3, 2017

Hamburger Stand Celebrating Anniversary with 35-Cent Burgers

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Hamburger Stand has been serving up its famous Hamburgers for 35 years and they are celebrating their anniversary with 35-cent hamburgers on October 8. The Irvine-based company says the special price is its way of thanking its customers for three and a half decades of support since the first Hamburger Stand opened in Garden Grove, California, in 1982.

The offer is good at all Hamburger Stand restaurants. The celebration starts at noon on Oct. 8 and lasts until 5 p.m. Each customer can order up to five 35-cent hamburgers during this time frame.

Hamburger Stand’s original hamburger is a juicy, 100 percent beef patty grilled to perfection, topped with mustard, ketchup, pickle and minced onions. Besides serving up quality hamburgers, the yellow-roofed restaurants feature Wienerschnitzel hot dogs, corn dogs, chicken sandwiches, chili cheese fries and Tastee-Freez soft-serve treats.

“My father started Hamburger Stand because he wanted to serve delicious, quality-made burgers, fries and more at unbelievable great prices,” says J.R. Galardi, Hamburger Stand executive vice president. “We love celebrating our birthdays with our customers. Consider this amazing price as a thank you for 35 great years.”

John Galardi started in the restaurant industry in Missouri at the age of 12, and moved to Los Angeles at 19 to open his first restaurant, Wienerschnitzel.  As the chain grew to meet customer demand, Galardi added Hamburger Stand restaurants in Denver and other cities, and Tastee-Freez soft serve to Hamburger Stand and Wienerschnitzel menus nationwide.

The 35-cent price is valid on Oct. 8 only while supplies last at participating Hamburger Stand restaurants. There is a limit of five hamburgers per person.

 

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