Halo Burger celebrates 97th anniversary with $ 1.97 burgers
FLINT, MI – Burger lovers rejoice! Flint-based Halo Burger is celebrating its 97th anniversary and National Cheeseburger Day with QP $ 1.97 burgers, available between Friday, September 18 and September 30.
Halo Burger, America’s second-oldest burger chain, offers the special burger price to people who are members of Halo Rewards and others, according to a press release from Halo Burger.
Halo Burger is offering all Halo Rewards customers who are registered by Friday, September 18 a coupon for a PQ of $ 1.97 on the brand’s mobile app, redeemable at any Halo Burger restaurant. To register, individuals can visit here.
Coupons are mailed to customers in the Genesee County area in mid-September with a “Gold Offer,” redeemable for a PQ of $ 1.97, starting September 13 and valid through October. The official dates for the in-store celebrations have yet to be announced.
Here is a list of Halo Burger locations where customers can redeem their QB burgers:
- Fenton – 1355 N, rue Leroy
- Grand Blanc – 2248 Hill Road
- Flint – 3388 S Linden Road
- Burton – 1166 N Belsay Road
- Flint – 4451 W, chemin Pierson
Halo Burger, originally called Kewpee Hotel Hamburgs’, debuted in 1923 in downtown Flint, serving burgers at a box-car-style restaurant on Harrison Street. Halo Country, LLC, which took over in 2016, worked to return to the foundations on which Halo Burger was built when the Thomas family operated the brand. This includes bringing back the original recipe, sourcing more Michigan produce, and upholding the legacy of a people-focused business.
Brands such as Vernors, Abbotts Meats, Sanders, Koegels, Metropolitan Baking Company, Wolverine Meats, Hausbeck Pickles, Paramount Coffee, Pioneer Sugar and Kellogg are found on the menu, bringing an array of Michigan flavors.