Live from the Wienermobile: Who are these Hot Doggers anyway??

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Here’s the latest on-the-road dispatch from our Wienermobile girls. You can read more about their hot dogging adventures by clicking here


Molly and Selena: How rude! We’ve been blogging about hot dogs and cross-country adventures for nearly six months, but we still haven’t properly introduced ourselves. Guess we’re too busy eating chocolate-covered pickles and petting Burmese Pythons.

Molly Fergus hit the road as a hotdogger in June 2008, a few months after graduating from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in magazine journalism. A semester in Barcelona fueled the Chicago native’s wanderlust – and she’s still looking for more. When her tour wraps up in June, she’ll be searching for ways to keep traveling and writing; let her know if you have any leads!
With an appetite for adventure, Selena Armendarez, hit the road in June 2008, only one month after graduating with a degree in communication and public relations from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. In disbelief that driving the Wienermobile was an actual job, the South Texas native discovered it to be a job she could truly relish. One year behind the wheel of a 27-foot-long hot dog isn’t your typical first gig after college, but it has proven to be one of the best experiences she could have imagined.
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