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    Hamburger Stand Selling 37-Cent Burgers on October 6

  • Industry News October 3, 2019

    In 1982, Hamburger Stand opened its doors for the first time in Garden Grove, California. For the past 37 years, the burger joint has been serving up juicy burgers, hot dogs, corn dogs, fries and tasty soft-serve creations to loyal fans. To thank guests for 37 great years, Hamburger Stand will be offering 37-cent hamburgers from 12-5 p.m. on Sunday, October 6 at all locations throughout California, Arizona, Colorado, and Wyoming.

    Hamburger Stand’s original hamburger is a juicy, 100 percent beef patty grilled to perfection and topped with mustard, ketchup, pickle and minced onions. Beyond their namesake hamburgers, the restaurants feature Wienerschnitzel hot dogs, corn dogs, chili cheese fries and Tastee-Freez soft-serve treats.

    “For 37 years, we’ve been serving up tasty memories and are happy to offer this juicy 37-cent burger deal to our loyal fans who have made Hamburger Stand a part of their lives,” says J.R. Galardi, Hamburger Stand president and son of late company founder, John Galardi. “So, make plans with your friends and family and head to Hamburger Stand on Sunday, October 6 for some good eats and new memories.”

    In 1982, Hamburger Stand was founded by John Galardi, the same man who founded Wienerschnitzel, the world’s largest hot dog chain, in 1961. A key player in fast food beginnings   with the likes of Glen Bell of Taco Bell and the rise of McDonalds in the 1960s, Galardi was one of the original pioneers of the quick-service food industry. He later added Tastee-Freez soft serve to Hamburger Stand and Wienerschnitzel menus nationwide.

    J.R. Galardi continues, “my father’s desire to create delicious burgers was why Hamburger Stand was founded and we’re thrilled to continue carrying out his vision.”

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