Join Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs at a pop-up at Knox Street’s Pop-Up Park located at 3311 Knox St. – just steps away from The Katy Trail – on Saturday, March 19 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Fletcher’s will be onsite with their 22’ mobile kitchen selling Corny Dogs Funnel Cakes and Lemonade.Continue reading
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Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs is pleased to join in partnership with Goldbelly, America’s leading platform for food e-commerce, to ship their iconic Corny Dogs to all 50 states through Goldbelly.com. Starting today, July 12. customers can pre-order for delivery starting Tuesday, July 20. The Fletcher family likes to think that you can credit America’s obsession with fried foods, in part, to brothers Neil & Carl Fletcher. In 1942, the brothers invented a brand-new food category and perfected what we know today as a “Corny Dog.” Over 500,000 corny dogs are sold annually throughout the 24 days of the State Fair of Texas. That’s 60,000 pounds of hot dogs! Now, corn dog obsessed consumers will be able to get their Fletcher’s fix anytime of the year.
“For nearly 8 decades Fletcher’s has been a tradition for families in Texas at the State Fair every year,” said Amber Fletcher, Head of Marketing, Fletcher’s Original Corny Dog. “We are thrilled to partner with Goldbelly to make our famous hand-dipped Corny Dogs available nationwide for those missing a taste of home or wanting to enjoy this classic Texas fried fare.”Continue reading
In celebration of National Beef Month, Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs is excited to announce the addition of a new menu item to their existing line-up of products. For a limited-time, fans will find an all-beef dog called MAKE MINE TEXAN at Fletcher’s Pop-Up appearances throughout the Summer. To address consumer demand, Fletcher’s worked with local meat purveyor Syracuse Sausage to create an original recipe for the company made with brisket (and other secret ingredients) to give it a natural, hickory flavor that compliments Fletcher’s proprietary cornmeal batter.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
For the first time in its 134-year history, the State Fair of Texas is thrilled to introduce the Big Tex Fair Food Drive-Thru – a special event for 2020 in lieu of the annual 24-day exhibition. Saddle up for the ride of the year, Fair fanatics – you asked, we listened, and we cannot wait to deliver you a safe, one-of-a-kind, State Fair Drive-Thru experience. But what is the State Fair without Big Tex? You guessed it, it’s all in the name – Texas’s favorite cowboy will return to his rightful home in Big Tex Circle in just a few short weeks.
Fletcher’s Original State Fair Corny Dogs, LLC is pleased to announce it has achieved an important victory in a trademark dispute with a company that is seeking to unfairly capitalize on the reputation of the famous Fletcher’s brand.
Neil and Carl Fletcher, invented corn dogs in Dallas, Texas, in 1938 and introduced them at the 1942 State Fair of Texas. Over the past 77 years, millions of people have enjoyed Fletcher’s brand corn dogs, and the Fletcher’s name has become world-famous, symbolizing our delicious meal on a stick. Today, Fletcher’s brand corn dogs can be enjoyed at the great State Fair of Texas, as well as fairs, festivals, and events both public and private throughout Texas and the southwest. Fletcher’s is an iconic brand to the many fans who travel to the Texas State Fair to relive childhood memories as they enjoy one of our Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs and introduce their own children to this longstanding Texas tradition. Continue reading