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[Photo Story] The Wienermobile Is Back At Penn State

At long last, the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile made its way back to Happy Valley this week.

The famed 27-foot-long hot dog-shaped truck is in the middle of a national tour searching for the next “hotdoggers” to drive its PR firm on wheels across the country. Naturally, the crew stopped by the HUB on Monday to greet Penn State students.

“Hotdoggers” Nicoleslaw and Mustard Marcelo parked outside of the HUB to talk to students.

“I Saw It” stickers, plus some other swag, were available to all who stopped to talk.

Folks lined up and down the block for a chance to learn more and take a tour of the Wienermobile.

Others took pictures, laughed, and simply stared in amazement at such a unique sight.

Needless to say, the Wienermobile put a smile on everyone’s face throughout a cold Monday afternoon.

It’s been a pleasure as always, dear Wienermobile. Until next time!

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Annie is a sophomore marketing major from Pittsburgh, PA and is a photographer for Onward State. While she doesn’t have an athletic bone in her body, she enjoys watching sports, music, and photography. Check out her photography Instagram @anniekubiakphotography and boost her ego by liking some pictures.

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