Fletcher’s Catering Super Sunday for All

You can credit America’s obsession with fried foods, in part, to brothers Neil & Carl Fletcher. Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs, the famous meal on a stick, was invented and debuted at the 1942 State Fair of Texas. On February 7, you can serve the iconic Texas food at your football-watching party for this year’s Big Game! Fletcher’s is offering two centrally located options for you to choose from for pick-up. All orders must be in before Thursday 4th by 10pm. No orders after 10pm will be accepted. They are only filling pre-paid orders and will not be able to fulfill walk up orders.

“A football-watching party lends itself to serving a variety of finger-foods, and a corny dog is easy to handle and eat,” says GG Fletcher, the Fletcher’s family matriarch. “It’s also a known fact that Texans love anything fried that you can slather in a sauce — which makes a Fletcher’s corny dog the perfect food for your Super Bowl party.”

Customers interested in a corny treat for the Super Bowl need to have big appetites and deep pockets. The smallest option is a batch of 10 original-flavor corny dogs for $60. (Customers can order as many as 100 ‘dogs for $600.) They can also tack on 10 jalapeño-cheese corny dogs for $70. A batch of 50 jalapeño-cheese corny dogs costs $350.

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