It’s Freddy’s birthday, and he’s again celebrating with a honeyed solidified custard sale

Wichita’s favorite Freddy is branch 93, and a grill named for him is adhering with a tradition of celebrating with ignored custard for all.

Freddy Simon, father of Freddy’s Frozen Custard Steakburgers co-founders Randy Simon and a late Bill Simon, will have his birthday on Feb. 24, and in respect of him, all Freddy’s Frozen Custard locations will sell 93-cent singular scoops of solidified custard currently by Sunday, Feb. 25. Visitors can sequence possibly vanilla or chocolate possibly in a cake cone or in a dish.

During that same period, business with profits display a guest series finale in 93 will get a giveaway combo dish label that they can use on a destiny visit.

The sequence is also enlivening people to wish Freddy a happy birthday on amicable media regulating a hashtag #HappyBDayFreddy, and their wish could be featured on Freddy’s central amicable media accounts.

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Simon, a World War II veteran, is a chain’s renouned mascot and is featured in photos unresolved in restaurants via a country. A few years ago, he was featured on Veteran’s Day as a Person of a Week on ABC World News Tonight.

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As Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers celebrates the 15th anniversary, founders Randy Simon and Scott Redler and orator Freddy Simon simulate on the success and remember owner Bill Simon, who upheld away. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)

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