The Texas based fast-food chain, Whataburger, is officially arriving to Colorado.
In a statement to our news partners at FOX21, a senior record leader from the organization affirmed a Whataburger location will be opening up in Colorado Springs.
The organization sent a proclamation from Whataburger Corporate Communications:
“Whataburger is growing, and we have more good news. It’s true we are planning to bring our iconic burgers and exceptional customer service to Colorado Springs. We’ll have more information to share in the future, but we have some great fans in Colorado Springs and we hope they’re as excited as we are.”
The first Whataburger was opened in Corpus Christi, Texas in 1950 and has been expanding from that point forward. There are more than 800 locations in the United States, the greater part of which are in Texas. This will be the principal area in Colorado, as of late.
The restaurant specializes in hamburgers and fries however has an variety of other menu items.
No official opening date has been released.
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