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Whatabuger partners with YETI for new tumblers

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Whataburger and YETI announced a collaboration to release official Flying W-branded YETI tumbler. 

The new tumblers are stainless-steel, double-walled and vacuum insulated 30-ounce YETI Ramblers. 

“Remaining true to our roots is important to the team here at YETI,” YETI CEO Matt Reintjes said. “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.”

You can purchase the tumbler at shop.whataburger.com for $45.99. 

In October, Whataburger partnered with James Avery to release a new charm. 

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