Friday, February 5th, 2 – 7 PMWhere
Art Museum of South Texas, 1902 N. Shoreline Blvd.
The Oscar Mayer Hotdoggers, Pilots of the Wienermobile, are visiting AMST to bring smiles and fun to the Corpus Christi community!
They will be offering photo ops and giveaways!!
*Social distancing will be enforced and masks are required.
Dear Friends of AMST,
We are thrilled and honored to host the iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobile on Friday, February 5th! As many of you know, the 5th is also First Friday ($1 Day at the Museum) ANDArt Walk!
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Museum Hours for Friday, Feb 5: 10 AM – 9 PM
Admission: FREE with Wienermobile Swag* | Show your Oscar Mayer swag to our Gift Shop attendant and receive free admission!
We are looking forward to a fun-filled day and are continuing to enforce the required safety measures in order to keep everyone safe, including social distancing, mask requirements, and sanitizing stations inside of the Museum.For general questions call (361) 825-3500.
See you Friday!
About the Hotdoggers
Traveling the country in a 27-foot-long hot dog on wheels is not the job many students anticipate upon graduation, but a once in a lifetime adventure awaits for the select few who really cut the mustard. These lucky dogs are The Oscar Mayer Hotdoggers, pilots of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. Only 400 individuals have held this coveted position in the past 33 years. The Hotdoggers spend a year traveling across the country making promotional appearances and attending everything from grocery store grand openings to parades, festivals, and sporting events. There’s never a dull moment while driving one of America’s most beloved and cherished icons.
About the Whistle
First developed in 1951, the Wiener Whistle was included in packages of Oscar Mayer Wieners in 1958. At the 1964 World’s Fair in New York City, a vending machine filled with Wiener Whistles was featured. Spectators could purchase a Wiener Whistle for two cents.