09:28 AM

These Whataburger-themed Christmas ideas will make you feel all kinds of jolly

Like you, we’re dreaming of a white (and orange) Christmas. Win the holiday by living like these fans.

Instead of a star, Cynthia Hernandez and her family in Edinburg, Texas, went with a medium Whataburger cup. #Goals


Holy table tents! This Whataburger-themed tree was part of the company’s community support of the San Antonio Children’s Shelter. (@batmanofsanantonio)


Austin resident Ronnie Garcia has been a fan for a long time – and it shows. His holiday tip? Skip the cookies and leave Santa a #1 this year. (@Ronnie2871)


Not sure if Baby Miss San Antonio Charlene Belvin is more excited about her presents, her crown, or all that Whataburger. (Photo by JG Photography/@jg_photography_official)

Shout out to Emily Storm and Larry Randolph of Mont Belvieu, Texas, for taking a family portrait that’s all about real life. Thanks for hanging those stockings with care, guys! (@emilylikebadweather)


What does Ralph Zambrana of Houston want for Christmas? Peace, love, and Whataburger. (@vanillazambrana)


There’s always that one house on the block. Houston residents Lyndsay and Matt Pennebaker take their Heights house to the next level with full-on Whataburger lights.


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.