Father's Day weekend: Frostys for a good cause!

Father's Day weekend: Frostys for a good cause!

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Still need a cool treat for your dad?  This Father's Day weekend, Wendy's can help-- and you'll help a child who needs it!

For every Frosty product sold on June 15 and 16 (including those yummy new Frosty Waffle Cones), Wendy's will donate 50 cents to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption and its signature program, Wendy's Wonderful Kids.  This marks the seventh year of the promotion, and in 2012, Wendy's and its customers raised over $1.5 million.

So, tell your friends and family to stop by Wendy's weekend to chill out with a Frosty! 

BONUS: If you tell Wendy's about your #FIRSTFROSTY on Instagram, they'll donate $1.00 instead!

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