The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile has been traveling across America since 1936. Here's what it looks like inside.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile, that hot dog-shaped traveling ambassador of tubed meats, will be touring Northeast Ohio all week.
The first Wienermobile was built in 1936, and was such a hit with kids and adults alike, that they’ve been touring around America ever since. Built on a Chevrolet W4 series chassis, the big dog cruises from city to city, putting on an average of five hundred miles a week. A far cry from the bulky late 30’s model, the current model features a flat screen TV, removable “bunroof”, “condiment splattered” interior carpeting, hot dog dashboard, and a horn that plays the famous “Oh I’d love to be an Oscar Mayer wiener” jingle.
At a length of twenty-seven feet (that’s sixty hot dogs), the Wienermobile is sure to catch eyes and make you hungry. They Oscar Mayer team (along with current wiener driver Connor O’Neil) will be in the Dave’s Midtown Market lot playing games, handling out coupons, and giving away the famous “Wiener Whistles”.
The Wienermobile visiting schedule for the area is: