These couples loving Whataburger are your 2/14 goals
Looking for the meaning of true love this Valentine’s Day? The sweethearts swoon over orange and white, as they vow to love, honor and always have date night at Whataburger.
I do, I do
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Whataburger.
After a traditional wedding ceremony and reception, Arianne and Jordan Moore felt pangs of Whatahunger. When the newlyweds and their wedding party entered the restaurant, they spontaneously decided to stage a Whatawedding.
After Mr. and Mrs. Moore walked down the (restaurant) aisle, one of the groomsmen officiated their second wedding of the day.
Is it wrong to serve the bride and groom’s favorite food to wedding guests? Not if their No. 1 noms are Whataburger!
Melanie and Justin Hajek showed their wedding guests all the love with a Whataburger station during cocktail hour.
Where there’s love, there’s Whataburger
They went to Whataburger on their first date. Then, they got engaged there. So when it was time to host their reception … well, where else would Jeremy and Margie go?
A toast to the happily ever afters
Cheers to that weak-in-the-knees feeling you get when you look in her eyes. We said eyes, not fries, but we understand going gaga for fries, too.
Photo courtesy of Lacy Nichole Photography www.lacynicholephotography.com
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.