Oscar Mayer Wienermobile rolling across New Hampshire this week

  • Family poses infront of the Wienermobile on Thursday, October 29, at Beech Hill Farms ALLIE ST PETER—Monitor Staff

  • The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile on Thursday, October 29, at Beech Hill Farms ALLIE ST PETER—Monitor Staff

  • Andrew Herman posing as a hotdog and Theresa Pearson posing as a mustard bottle in front of the Wienermobile on Thursday, October 29, at Beech Hill Farms ALLIE ST PETER—Monitor Staff

Published: 10/30/2020 1:26:49 PM

You don’t see a lot of hot dogs at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton.

Thursday was a bit different, as a giant a 27-foot-long wiener-on-wheels rolled into the farm’s parking lot.

Oscar Mayer’s iconic hot dog-shaped RV – officially dubbed the Wienermobile – is cruising around New Hampshire this week.

The rolling PR firm stopped by a nursing home on Wednesday, Beech Hill on Thursday, and City Hall plaza in Manchester on Friday.

The Wienermobile was invented in 1936 by Oscar Mayer’s nephew, Carl Mayer, to cheer up Americans during the Great Depression, according to the company. It was half the size back then, but 84 years later, its mission remains the same.

“Our mission is driving miles of smiles to make a difference in each community that we are in,” said Carl “C.J.” Zabat, a Wienermobile spokesperson. “It really is the best job.”

The exterior of the 27-foot-long rolling sausage is giant carbon fiber hot dog fused to a yellow bun-shaped chassis.

Inside, there’s six mustard and ketchup colored seats perched beneath a blue sky ceiling with cotton candy white clouds.

Oscar Mayer says it hires recent college graduates to be Wienermobile ambassadors. Anyone interested in rolling across the country in a giant hot dog and thinks they can cut the mustard, can apply online.




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