Whataburger Unveils Its YETI Tumbler - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Whataburger Unveils Its YETI Tumbler



    Whataburger Unveils Its YETI Tumbler

    Here's something to add to your holiday shopping list, Whataburger fans.

    Whataburger has partnered with Texas-based YETI to create Whataburger-branded YETI tumblers.

    The orange and white, stainless-steel, double-walled and vacuum insulated 30-ounce YETI Ramblers can keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot. It looks very similar to a Whataburger cup. It costs $45.99.

    “We’re excited to share these new YETI tumblers so our fans can travel with both their favorite high-quality brands," Whataburger Vice President of Retail Mike Sobel said in a statement. "We can’t wait to see where our fans will go next, but we’ll always have a hot meal and a cold drink waiting for them here in Whataburger country.”

    Whataburger was founded in 1950 in Corpus Christi and is still a family-run business.

    YETI was started in 2006 by two Texas-natives, Roy and Ryan Seiders, who are both heavily involved in the company.

    “Remaining true to our roots is important to the team here at YETI,” stated YETI CEO, Matt Reintjes. “As a Texas-based brand, we are excited to partner with Whataburger, which has such a long-standing legacy and loyal following here in our state.”

    For more information or to order a Whataburger-branded YETI tumbler, click here.

    Last month, Whataburger teamed up with another Texas brand, James Avery, to create a Whataburger-branded Texas charm.