Cokie Reed, an Oscar Mayer Hotdogger, is driving the Wienermobile all across the country and will be stopping at stopping at the Food 4 Less, 3333 Coach Lane in Cameron Park on Sunday, March 23 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Stop by to get your photo taken the Wienermobile, play some fun activities and get a Wiener Whistle.
Co-driver Pigs in a Blan-Kate and Reed are two of 12 Hotdoggers currently traveling the hot dog highways of America spreading miles of smiles.
The 12 were selected from more than 1,200 applicants for this great one-year opportunity with Oscar Mayer to drive the fleet of six Wienermobile vehicles. Every year, Oscar Mayer recruits at campuses across the U.S. looking for soon-to-be college graduates who have a thirst for adventure and can truly cut the mustard. Each team of two is assigned one of the six regions to travel. It is truly a bunderful opportunity for recent college graduates.
Check out the Hotdogger Blog for more information at hotdoggerblog.com.