Whataburger is continuing the fundraising campaigns to help the community and local schools. This comes in the form of “Oh! Whata Nights” that include fundraisers, drawings, raffles and other fun activities. This week Whataburger is hosting two “Oh! Whata Nights” to benefit Robert E Lee High School and Alamo Heights ISD. The public is invited to come and show their support.
Monday’s fundraiser will benefit Robert E Lee’s Relay for Life program. Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society’s fundraising event that helps communities by raising awareness and support for cancer research.
Thursday’s fundraiser will benefit Alamo Heights ISD’s Friends of Strings. This organization supports music education, competitions and scholarships for students.
Customers can help out by enjoying their favorite menu items and Whataburger will donate 20 percent of the sales during the posted hours. These “Oh Whata Nights” include the popular Whataburger for a Year drawing where one customer’s name will be drawn to win the ultimate prize-a free Whataburger every week for a year.
Whataburger has been making burgers since 1950 when Harman Dobson opened a humble hamburger stand in Corpus Christi, Texas. He wanted customers to take one bite and say “What a burger” so he named his stand on Ayers St “Whataburger” and now there are over 700 locations across the country.
Whataburger Oh! Whata Night fundraisers
Monday March 24 from 5p.m. to 8p.m.
2557 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78230
Thursday March 27 from 5p.m. to 8p.m.
1243 Austin Highway
San Antonio, TX 78209
Source: Amanda Blease/Hahn Public Communications