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Oscar Mayer Auctions Off a Stay in the ‘Wienie-Bago’ for Super Bowl Weekend

Proceeds from the winning bid will benefit Stop Hunger Now

For football fans watching the Super Bowl that weren’t able to snag a Bay Area hotel room, Oscar Mayer has a unique solution. A stay at the Wienie-Bago, a Wienermobile and RV mashup, is up for auction on through January 31, according to a release.

The highest bidder will be awarded the Oscar Mayer Wienie-Bago Weekend Experience, which includes a two-night stay in the Wienie-Bago, a $2,500 cash stipend for expenses, airport transportation and limited weekend service provided by the Wienermobile, fresh sheets, towels, and toiletries, a fully-stocked kitchen with beverages and snacks, and additional amenities inside the Wienie-Bago. The Wienie-Bago is large enough to accommodate four for the weekend.

Proceeds from the winning bid will benefit Stop Hunger Now, a non-profit organization working to end international hunger, and Oscar Mayer will match the winning bid, up to $10,000. The current bid is just over $1,500.

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