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The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile rolls into Birmingham January 19-23—and it’s bringing smiles and Wiener Whistles and more. Dig in and relish the details.
When and Where to Find the Wienermobile
During the Wienermobile’s time in The Magic City, it will be making pitstops all around town. So, if you’re a frank fanatic, be sure to take note of its daily location here to ketchup with it for a chance to:
- Snap photos with the Wienermobile
- Play contactless trivia to win a Winer Whistle
- Get your very own honorary Hotdogger name
During each pitstop the Wienermobile makes, CDC guidelines will be in place, so be sure to mask up and expect some social distancing.
Here’s where you can find the Wienermobile during its time in Birmingham:
- Jan. 19: Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, 11AM-3PM
- Jan. 22: McWane Science Center, 10AM-1PM
- Jan. 23: Birmingham Cars& Coffee, 8:30-10:30AM
- Jan. 23: The Birmingham Zoo, Noon-4PM
Wanna become a Hotdogger?
Then relish in your good fortune, because the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is currently searching for the next group of bunderful people to become Hotdoggers and drive the iconic bun. Apply here.
What exactly does an Oscar Mayer Hotdogger do?
To find out, we asked Hotdogger Maggie Thomas, a.k.a, Mustard Mags.
“Our job is to deliver miles of smiles across the country. So, we drive the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile to different places all across the country and let people discover the magic of the Wienermobile.”Maggie Thomas, Hotdogger, Oscar Mayer
Wondering just how many miles a Hotdogger drives?
According to Mustard Mags, she and her driving partner Mayochup Molly have currently driven between 8,000 and 10,000 miles. And they aren’t close to being done yet.
With 2021 just cooking up, this doggin’ duo will continue traveling inside the Wienermmobile for the next few months.
“We’ll be traveling all over the Southeast. We switch cities about every week, so we’ll get to see a lot of the Southeast, which is really exciting because we’re both from here. We’re excited to explore our home region.”Maggie Thomas, Hotdogger, Oscar Mayer