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    Hot Dog on a Stick Raising Funds for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society on National Lemonade Day

  • Industry News August 20, 2018

    This National Lemonade Day (Monday, August 20), Hot Dog on a Stick is inviting customers to enjoy a free small lemonade when they make a donation to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), Hot Dog on a Stick’s charity of choice. Hot Dog on a Stick is famous for its fresh hand-stomped all-natural lemonade. Since 1946, it has been serving America’s most perfect lemonade.

    “Hot Dog on a Stick is pouring sunshine and hope this National Lemonade Day in support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society,” says Jeremy Roy, Executive Vice President of Hot Dog on a Stick. “Our famous lemonade is made in-store daily with tremendous love and National Lemonade Day is a perfect way for us to treat our customers to a free cup while supporting such a worthy cause. Join us on August 20th and help us put a ‘stomp’ to cancer.”

    The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has a special place in Hot Dog on a Stick’s heart. The brand and its parent company, Global Franchise Group, has proudly raised more than $2.1 million for LLS to date through its annual “A Bite for the Fight” campaign and is aiming to raise $500,000 in 2018.

    An American Icon since 1946, Hot Dog on a Stick began as a small beachfront store in Santa Monica and now has locations across the U.S. and internationally in Korea and the Philippines. Suggested donation to LLS is $1 or more, but not required. 

    Established in 1946 in Southern California, Hot Dog on a Stick is known for its fresh, made-to-order hot dog on a stick and cheese on a stick products, hand-stomped natural lemonade, smiling customer service and its iconic bright striped uniforms. Hot Dog on a Stick provides customers with a fun all-American quick service restaurant experience, catering services for events, party packs, and fundraisers. Hot Dog on a Stick has 70 plus locations in the U.S. and internationally including Korea and the Philippines.

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