Andy Woods Elementary School and Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy are teaming up with Wienerland to host the inaugural “Dog Wars” fundraiser. Over the month of August, Wienerland will feature a special flavor of hot dog representative of each campus. The creations will sell for $5.50 each, of which $1 per dog will go back to each respective school. The schools are also competing to see which campus can sell the most dogs.
Caldwell Principal Bobby Markle and Woods Principal Georgeanna Jones created unique flavors that represent each of their schools. The “Woods Wrangler” features a soft pretzel bun topped with hearty grilled onions, nacho cheese and bacon bits. The “Caldwell Star” takes cheese to a new level by featuring nacho cheese, grated cheese, bacon bits and a crunchy topping of Cheetos.
“Caldwell is excited to team up with a partner school like Andy Woods during the Dog Wars to show that not only are we all on the Home Team in Tyler ISD, but we take pride in the support of our community businesses like Wienerland,” Principal Markle said.
“Andy Woods is thankful for our community partners such as Wienerland,” Principal Jones said. “The Wranglers look forward to the friendly competition with the Stars and may the best dog win!”
“Wienerland is so excited to be partnering with two of our Tyler ISD elementary schools in what’s sure to be a great competition in the first annual Dog Wars,” co-owner Lindsey Harrison said. “We are all about building our community and we are happy to help do that with the proceeds of the sale of these two hot dogs.”
Wienerland is located across from Tyler Junior College in Tyler.