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    Hot Dog on a Stick Opens First Location in China

  • Industry News June 11, 2019

    Global Franchise Group, the franchisor of the Hot Dog on a Stick brand, is proud to announce the opening of a new Hot Dog on a Stick location in Shanghai China – the brand’s first location in the country. Eugene Restaurant Group plans to open 20 additional Hot Dog on a Stick locations throughout the greater Shanghai area.
     
    “Hot Dog on a Stick is a pop culture phenomenon and the sunny concept with our famous striped uniforms and portable food items really resonates with the modern Chinese lifestyle,” says Chris Dull, President and CEO of GFG. “Global Franchise Group is proud to take this California-born brand across the Pacific and we are confident that Hot Dog on a Stick will be a very popular dining destination in Shanghai.” 
     
    Hot Dog on a Stick at Crystal Galleria in Shanghai is located in a tourist and office retail area. Hot Dog on a Stick in Shanghai offers a special food challenge for guests with big appetites – if a customer consumes 10 stick items of their choice and a large portion of fries within eight minutes, their meal will be free. To celebrate the grand opening, the location is also offering 15 percent off the entire check through June 15th. Hot Dog on a Stick Shanghai is open during regular Crystal Galleria hours of 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The official address is 68 Yuyuan Rd, Jingan Qu, Shanghai, China.
     
    “I’ve been a fan of Hot Dog on a Stick since my childhood in the U.S. and decided to open a location in China because I truly missed the food,” says Eugene Mao, Master Franchisee of Hot Dog on a Stick in China. “I love serving Hot Dog on a Stick’s delicious lemonade and stick items to our customers and I believe the local population in Shanghai will love Hot Dog on a Stick as much as I do. Our products are simply the best.”
     
    Established in 1946 in Southern California, Hot Dog on a Stick has close to 70 locations in the U.S. and internationally including Korea and China. 
     

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