Halo Burger, Flint’s coveted local burger chain is turning 96 years old on Wednesday, Sept. 18. To celebrate, the brand is offering their classic QP Burger for $1.96 from 2-7pm at all of their restaurants. Terry Thomas, son of founder Bill Thomas and Halo Burger’s CEO for many years, will be attending the festivities at the Linden Road restaurant from 3-5pm.
Terry will be available for meet and greet opportunities, autographs and sharing some of his many stories of Halo Burger. The first hundred fans will also take home a special edition Halo Burger poster, courtesy of Halo Burger.
“Terry is a huge supporter of what we’ve been doing over the past few years,” says Olivia Ross, Halo Burger’s Director of Marketing in a press statement, “We’re the third group to operate the brand and since taking over in 2016, we’ve worked alongside Terry and his family to get as close to the original Halo Burger everyone knew and loved. We’ve made lots of positive changes since coming onboard and have received tons of support from the community and the Thomas family.”
Halo Burger will continue to celebrate 96 years on social media leading up to their birthday on Wednesday and is encouraging fans to share their Halo Burger stories, participate in giveaways and more.
About Halo Burger
Halo Burger, America’s second oldest burger chain was founded in Flint in 1923 and has been serving up Michigan’s best burger for nearly a century. Since its acquisition in 2016 by Halo Country LLC, the company has improved both employee and customer engagement including health insurance for employees working over 20 hours a week, refined all in-store amenities and created impactful community outreach initiatives.