Whataburger invites Lubbock-area families to celebrate children'

Whataburger invites Lubbock-area families to celebrate children's superhero spirit with "super-duper" event

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(Press Release)

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a Super Duper Celebration! In the heart of every child lives a superhero, and on Wednesday, Nov. 7, Whataburger will celebrate the superhero spirit in all of us with an evening of family fun from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Whataburger located at 6414 82nd St.

Customers can spend quality time with their little heroes and treat them to a superhero-themed celebration of food and games. The event features special activities including a photo booth and face painter. Attendees will have the opportunity to draw for raffle prizes with one lucky guest winning free Whataburger for a Year! Plus, children 12 and under dressed in a superhero costume will receive a free kid’s meal.

“Our Super Duper Celebration is an opportunity for families to spend quality time with their little heroes and enjoy a free kid’s meal on us,” said Whataburger Area Manager Mikel Russell. “We appreciate our customers and look forward to treating them to an evening of family fun.”

Family-owned Whataburger has proudly served its famous burgers since 1950 and continues to deliver fresh, made-to-order meals every day with extraordinary customer service. In addition to Oh Whata Night Fundraising, Whataburger supports the communities it serves through charitable giving and volunteerism to a number of nonprofit organizations that focus on children’s charities, cancer research, hunger assistance, disaster relief, and military support.

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