Sizzling Sensation: Oscar Mayer’s Frankmobile Delights with stops in Illinois next week


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NEW LENOX, IL – Brace yourselves for a sizzling delight as Oscar Mayer’s renowned Frankmobile, formerly known as the Wienermobile, takes center stage in Illinois. 

This beloved icon is ready to spread joy and flavor as it embarks on a journey to New Lenox, Manhattan, Wilmington, and Coal City. Adorned with eye-catching side decals proudly showcasing Oscar Mayer’s 100% beef franks, the Frankmobile promises an unforgettable experience for residents of these towns.

Starting with a visit to Berkot’s New Lenox (11am-2pm) and Manhattan (4pm-7pm) on May 25th, the Frankmobile will captivate the hearts of hot dog enthusiasts. On May 26th, it will continue its tour with stops at Wilmington (4pm-7pm) and Coal City (11am-2pm). Brace yourselves for a meaty extravaganza and a chance to encounter this larger-than-life vehicle that has become synonymous with fun and flavor.

As the Frankmobile graces the streets, be prepared to indulge in a whirlwind of excitement and nostalgia. Whether you’re relishing the nostalgia of childhood memories or experiencing the Frankmobile for the first time, this immersive encounter promises to be an exceptional experience for all.


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