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2018
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They compete under the Whataburger flag.

The competitors at WhataGames are in it to win it

At Whataburger we do fries, not flips; shakes, not Salchows; hamburgers, not the halfpipe.

But we do have our own hyper-intense competition where folks fight for their moment of glory on the medal stand.

It’s called WhataGames. And if you’re part of the Whataburger Family, it’s a big deal.

Every other year, Whataburger restaurants compete for a chance to attend this event, where restaurants vie for the gold medal – and thousands of dollars in prizes.

WhataGames is three days of non-stop activity for the competing teams. Restaurant teams show off their kitchen skills, and their customer service talents. Maintenance techs fix things on the fly. Everyone tests their knowledge of the company history and culture in a high-production quiz show.

And when it’s over, the winners take home $5,000. In cash. Each.

Like we said, it’s a big deal. Check out the excitement here:

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Whataburger has focused on its fresh, made-to-order burgers and friendly customer service since 1950 when Harmon Dobson opened the first Whataburger as a small roadside burger stand in Corpus Christi, Texas. Today, the company is headquartered in San Antonio with more than 900 locations across its 14-state footprint and sales of more than $3 billion annually. Whataburger is a 2022 Top Workplaces winner. The brand has more than 50,000 Family Members (employees) and more than 60 million customers who like to customize their Whataburgers just like they like it. Visit whataburger.com for more information. To apply for Whataburger jobs, visit whataburger.com/careers.

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