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
by Steven Doyle
There’s nothing better than America’s overabundance of cheesy, greasy, sugary treats. Here are some of your favorites that you might be surprised to find out were born in the USA and where to find them locally. Continue reading
Vic and Jace Fletcher, granddaughters of Dallas’ late corn dog king, Neil Fletcher, have partnered to create “Fletch, purveyors of fine stick food,” a new pop-up restaurant, catering and concessions concept. Their Papa Neil invented the fried food delicacy and introduced it at the State Fair of Texas in 1942. Nearly a century later, the mother-daughter duo has given the classic deep-fried cuisine a healthier, modern spin. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Our time at the Texas State Fair has been filled with laughter, music, beer and food. Plenty of food as a matter of fact. How the State Fair became synonymous with all things on a stick and fried is stuff of legend, but the holy grail of all things fried is undoubtedly the corn dog. Continue reading
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