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Wiernermobile Visits Gainesville

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It’s been one of the most noticeable sights on the roadways for decades now, the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. Monday, one of the nation’s six giant red hot dogs on wheels dropped by the University of Florida campus, and its faithful drivers stopped by WUFT-FM to talk with Vic Micolucci. Listen closely, because they’re hiring for the next driver for the giant hot dog.

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