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New Skip the Line Online Ordering and Spooky Sticks & Party Pack Tricks Are Bringing Scary Good Customer Rewards to Hot Dog on a Stick this Fall

Hot Dog on a Stick introduces Skip the Line online ordering platform, while offering customers special Halloween offers, including $1.00 stick items and discounts on Party Packs.

ATLANTA, Sept. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Hot Dog on a Stick is offering scary good customer rewards and service this fall. Starting today, Hot Dog on a Stick has a faster way to get its famous fresh made-to-order stick items and hand-stomped lemonade through an online order ahead platform (http://hotdogonastick.olo.com). Hot Dog on a Stick is also serving up serious value this Fall through its Spooky Sticks & Party Pack Tricks promotion with a $1 stick item of the customer's choice on Halloween* and 10 percent off Party Packs (starting October 1, 2016 with a minimum order of $50).

Celebrate Halloween with Spooky Sticks and Party Pack Tricks at Hot Dog on a Stick.

"Hot Dog on a Stick continues to find ways to offer our customers the absolute best service around and value," said Lisa Merrell, Vice President of Hot Dog on a Stick. "Order ahead technology is the future of service and we knew our customers were hungry for a faster and more convenient way to get their HDOS fix. We're proud to use this new QSR technology and our new Skip the Line online ordering platform allows us to Stick a Smile on Your Face in record time."

Hot Dog on a Stick's new online ordering system lets customers place an order and it will be fresh and ready for pick-up in-store at the time requested. The new easy to use system allows customers to skip the line in-store saving the customer time. Orders can be placed on Hot Dog on a Stick's website, http://hotdogonastick.olo.com, or thru the mobile app available on Google Play or the App Store. When new users download the app, they receive a $2 credit toward their next Hot Dog on a Stick purchase.

The Spooky Sticks and Party Pack Tricks promotion offers a special "Spooky Stick" item promotion on Halloween. For $1, customers can choose any stick item (turkey, beef, veggie or cheese) on Monday, October 31, 2016 when they say "Stick or Treat" at the counter.*

Additionally, customers can receive 10 percent off Party Packs when ordering online using the promo code HDOS10 starting October 1, 2016 (minimum order of $50).Party Packs are perfect for Fall get-togethers, tailgates, school events, office parties, and Halloween celebrations. Delicious 25 stick item Party Packs and fresh gallons of hand-stomped lemonade to-go are crowd pleasers and an easy way to feed a hungry group. They are ideal for a pre or post Trick or Treat dinners.

Operated by Global Franchise Group, LLC, Hot Dog on a Stick has close to 100 locations in the U.S., as well as internationally including Korea. To find a Hot Dog on a Stick near you, visit www.hotdogonastick.com, or engage with Hot Dog on a Stick on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

*Valid at participating Hot Dog on a Stick locations only. Offer is valid for one $1 stick item of the customer's choice (turkey, beef, veggie or cheese) on Halloween, October 31, 2016. No purchase necessary.

About Hot Dog on a Stick™ - www.hotdogonastick.com 
Established in 1946 in Southern California, Hot Dog on a Stick is known for its fresh, made-to-order hot dog on a stick and cheese on a stick products, hand-stomped natural lemonade, smiling customer service and its iconic bright striped uniforms. Hot Dog on a Stick provides customers with a fun all-American quick service restaurant experience, catering services for events, party packs, and fundraisers. Hot Dog on a Stick has close to 100 locations in the U.S. and internationally including Korea. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For franchising opportunities, visit www.hotdogonastickfranchise.com.

About Global Franchise Group, LLC - www.globalfranchise.com
Global Franchise Group, LLC is a strategic brand management company with a mission of championing franchise brands and the people who build them. The company owns a portfolio of franchise brands that includes five primary quick service restaurant (QSR) franchise concepts: Great American Cookies®, Hot Dog on a Stick™, Marble Slab Creamery®, MaggieMoo's Ice Cream & Treatery®, and Pretzelmaker®. The brands are managed by GFG Management, LLC, a subsidiary of Global Franchise Group, LLC. Global Franchise Group, LLC is a portfolio company of Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, an independent investment firm, with approximately $7 billion of capital under management and substantial franchise management experience.

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