If the Dodgers won the playoffs, then Wiener's Circle was to buy a Chili Cheese Dog for Pink's customers for one hour and also would donate to Pink's chosen charity 100% of two hours of sales at Wiener's Circle.
We all know the result and Pink's is paying off, but with a broken heart, since they love the Dodgers.
Upon defeat, Pink's tweeted -
"A #21BunSalute 2 @TheWienerCircle & @cubs 4 being #NLChampions!
Now, go & represent the #NL in the #WorldSeries @CubsJoeMadd #WFlag
Cubs fans, start lining up today at Wiener's Circle on N. Clark Street at 10:30am, the first day of the 2016 World Series Game, for your Chicago Dog compliments of Pink's Hot Dogs. In addition, Pink's will be donating $1908 to Joe Maddon's Respect 90 Foundation.
Pink's latest tweet:
"The Pink family & #PinksHotDogs R honored 2 present @CubsJoeMadd
a check 4 $1908 on Tues 4 his Foundation. @TheWienerCircle @Cubs @Dodgers"
Pink's is the ultimate mom-and-pop hot dog stand started by Paul and Betty Pink back in 1939 from a pushcart at the corner of La Brea and Melrose. Pink's has been a Hollywood landmark for decades and is world famous due to its many celebrity customers, appearances in movies and on TV and over 35 varieties of hot dogs. Pink's is now operated by Paul and Betty's family. The Wiener's Circle is a hot dog stand on Clark Street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. It is known for its Maxwell Street Polish, Char-dogs, hamburgers, cheese fries, and the mutual verbal abuse between the employees and the customers during the late-weekend hours…
Pink's Hot Dogs
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