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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. Dobson gave his restaurant a name he hoped to hear customers say every time they took a bite of his made-to-order burgers: “What a burger!” Within the first week, people lined up around the block for his 25 cent, 100 percent beef burgers served on five-inch buns. Today, the company is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, with more than 820 locations in 10 states with sales of more than $2 billion annually. Visit www.whataburger.com for more information.