Oscar Mayer's 'Weinermobile' Visiting Southeastern Wisconsin This Weekend


The iconic "Weinermobile" is making stops in Southeastern Wisconsin this weekend.
The iconic "Weinermobile" is making stops in Southeastern Wisconsin this weekend.

The iconic Weinermobile, created in 1936 by Carl Mayer, will be making stops in Southeastern Wisconsin this weekend.


Your family can meet the Hotdoggers who staff the vehicle and get a free hot dog whistle and trading cards. You can also get a photo with the Weinermobile and learn fun facts about it while you're there.


Kids can peek through the windows but are not able to go inside the Weinermobile.





Fun Facts about the Weinermobile:


  • It's 11 feet high (24 hot dogs) and 27 feet long (60 hot dogs)

  • It has a hot dog shaped dashboard

  • It is staffed by recent college graduates who are Called "Hotdoggers"



Kids get a whistle and trading cards. People are not able to enter the Weinermobile at this time.Kids get a whistle and trading cards. People are not able to enter the Weinermobile at this time.Kids get a whistle and trading cards. People are not able to enter the Weinermobile at this time.
Kids get a whistle and trading cards. People are not able to enter the Weinermobile at this time.


Stops this weekend include:


Sendik's in Elm Grove

April 25th from 11:00-2:00


Sendiks at Brookfield Corners

April 24th from 11:00 - 2:00


Sendik's in New Berlin

April 25th from 3:00-6:00


Woodman's in Waukesha

April 22nd from 2:00-5:00


Woodman's in Oak Creek

April 22nd from 9:00-12:00


Sendiks in Waukesha Meadowbrook

April 24th from 3:00-6:00


Woodman's in Kenosha

April 24rd from 10:00-4:00


For all the stops and details, head to oscarmayer.com.




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