Celebrate Halloweenie at Nightmare On 19th Street
I love it when great things come together.
We actually had the Wienermobile booked once before, but it had to cancel. We're happy to have this lifelong dream of a picture in front of the giant 'dawg come true.
Our girl, Mayochup Molly, will be on hand as an ambassador from Oscar-Meyer and you just may be able to talk her out of a wiener whistle, which is the single greatest piece of merchandising in the history of the world.
Want a little trivia? Oscar-Meyer has actually been around longer than cars (yes, you read that correctly). The first Oscar-Meyer show was opened in 1883, and those dang new-fangled horseless carriages didn't come around until around 1908 (to the masses, anyway).
The very first Wienermobile actually came around in 1936, with the fleet of Wienermobiles you're familiar with hitting in the mid-80s.
The wiener on wheels will be out at Nightmare On 19th Street from 7 to 10 p.m. and it will be lit up for pictures. The haunt itself opens at 7:30 p.m., with attractions starting at dark with the last group in at about 10:30 p.m.
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