If you dare travel the L.A. freeways this weekend, you should know that , the world’s largest hot dog chain, will celebrate 50 years in business Sunday by rolling back the price of its chili dogs, mustard dogs and kraut dogs to the 1961 price tag of 60 cents.
The promotion will be available at all Wienerschnitzel locations, including .
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile has been seen traveling around the Los Angeles area to promote the event.
At Wienerschnitzel, guests can also enter for a chance to win a trip for two to Germany. The trip includes roundtrip airfare to Munich, seven days/six nights of hotel accommodations and $1,000 spending cash. Entry forms will be available in stores on Sunday only.
In addition to marking the company's 50th year, the promotion was launched to "have some fun with our loyal fans,” said Tom Amberger, vice president of marketing for Wienerschnitzel, in a press release. "The trip to Germany is just a little fun we’re having with our name,” he added in the release.
Restaurants will be decked out with “Der fun since ‘61” decorations, according to the release.