FredHead Feed: You’re Invited! Celebrate Freddy’s 94th Birthday With Us

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FredHead_Feed_LogoBirthday party, did someone say birthday party? Yes! Come celebrate Freddy’s birthday with us at all Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburger locations across the country. It’s a huge party!

Now, I know what some of you are thinking – Freddy’s birthday? I didn’t even know Freddy was a real person? Oh yes, he is a family-man who served his country in WWII – Freddy is not only a real man, he is a real hero.

Freddy grew up on a farm near Colwich, Kan., and signed up for the infantry in the U.S. Army at the first opportunity. After years of fighting in places around the Pacific Rim during World War II, Freddy earned the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star for his service and returned home safely. Following World War II, he worked hard for 56 years while raising his family. Freddy believes he is “the luckiest man in the world.”

Want to help us celebrate Freddy’s birthday (and maybe you’re feeling lucky too)?

2 Ways to Celebrate Freddy’s Birthday

  1. Treat yourself to a 94¢ frozen custard cone or dish!

    Go to Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers for a 94¢ single cone or dish of our vanilla or chocolate fresh and creamy frozen custard all week long (Feb. 15 – 24).

    Psst! Did you know you can get half vanilla, half chocolate – why not try a little of both? Yum!

  2. One lucky winner. One year’s supply of custard!

    Enter for a chance to win a gift card for a year’s supply of Freddy’s frozen custard treats (value is equal to one regular size custard treat per week for a full year).

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All together now, “Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday dear Freddy! Happy 94th birthday to you!”

We would love to see how you celebrated Freddy’s birthday! Share your photos and videos with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. #happybdayFreddy

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