Everyone loves the Wienermobile. There’s just something about this giant hot dog on wheels that puts a smile on your face when you see it hitting the road. This weekend the Wienermobile is spending a lot of time in Amarillo.
We had the chance to speak with Tasty Tay and Cookout Colin this morning about their trip to Amarillo. You can hear the audio below. Pay attention to the details of a special “treasure hunt” they have going on while they are in town.
Where to find the Wienermobile this week in Amarillo
Tasty Tay and Cookout Colin will be making stops at several events this week and weekend in the Wienermobile.
You will find them tonight at Grace Church Fall Festival from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. After that, their schedule really fills up.
They will be at Boo at the zoo, the DHDC Monster Bash, the Route 66 cruise Saturday. In addition, they will make several other stops along the way.
What it looks like inside the Wienermobile
I love the interior of the Wienermobile. Everything is decorated exactly as you would expect. The upholstery is all ketchup red and mustard yellow.
Embroidered Wienermobiles adorn the armrests. The dashboard even has bread roll boxes.
As Halloween is upon us, Tay and Colin had decorated the interior of the Wienermobile to match the season.
Wiener special edition whistles
One of the best parts of their trip to Amarillo is the limited edition whistles they’ll be handing out. These whistles glow in the dark which is perfect for this time of year.
You’ll want to be sure and grab one if you can. Rumor has it that there is a very limited supply of these whistles, and once they’re gone … they’re gone for good.
If you’re worried about not seeing the Wienermobile this weekend, don’t be. If you are attending one of the big events happening in the city, chances are you will see them there.
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