‘WhataChristmas’ house in Houston celebrates all things Whataburger

Whatachristmas home in Houston. (Courtesy: Whataburger/Allison LaSalle Photography)
Whatachristmas home in Houston. (Courtesy: Whataburger/Allison LaSalle Photography)

HOUSTON (KXAN) — The Whataburger love at one Houston family’s home is being publicly shown in their holiday light display.

The Pennebaker’s home on Bayland Avenue in the Heights neighborhood is decked out in orange lights and has “WhataChristmas” adorned on the front.

KPRC reports Matt and his wife, Lyndsay, have been Whataburger fans for as long as they can remember. This is the third year the family has dressed up their home with the “WhataChristmas” theme.

The neighborhood liked the decorations so much that the couple won “Best Nod to a Texan Tradition” award in the Lights in the Heights event. Not only that, but Whataburger sent its mascot “Whataguy” to the house to gift the family with Whataburger goodies.

If you have a Whataburger fan on your Christmas list, the company is offering a branded Yeti and James Avery necklace charm for your holiday shopping needs.

 

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