Sonic Coupons Printable
Sonic is the largest drive-in restaurant chain in the United States, with over 3,500 Sonic restaurants in 43 states. Sonic has a fun retro look and the carhops are often on roller skates. Sonic is well-known for their Super Sonic Cheeseburgers and cherry limeades, but the menu includes corn dogs, hot dogs, tater tots, fries, onion rings, cheddar peppers and more. Sonic is referred to as the Ultimate Drink Stop®, with more than 398,929 possible drink combinations, and each day from 2 p.m.-4p.m. is Happy Hour, with half-priced drinks. Sonic coupons will save you money on your favorite Sonic menu items. To find out where to find Sonic printable coupons, read on.
In 1953, Troy N. Smith Sr. purchased a walk-up root beer stand in Shawnee, Oklahoma, which served hamburgers, hotdogs and root beer.
In 1954, Smith had an intercom system set up at the root beer stand so customers could order food from their cars, and the food was delivered by carhops. An entrepreneur named Charles Pappe stopped by the drive-in and was impressed with the set-up. He became Smith’s business partner, and in 1956, the first franchise location opened in Woodward Oklahoma.
In 1959, Smith & Pappe renamed the restaurant Sonic, which worked well with their slogan, “Service with the Speed of Sound.”
In 1967, Pappe died of a heart attack, so Smith brought in two Sonic restaurant franchisees, Matt Kinslow and Marvin Jirous, to run the company’s supply and distribution division, and Smith continued to develop the franchise operations.
By 1972, 165 Sonic restaurants were in operation. Too large for the 3 men to run, the company restructured as a franchise company. Over 800 new restaurants opened in the mid 1970’s. The first Sonic TV commercial ran in 1977. Frankie Avalon appeared in Sonic commercials from 1987 to 1993, and business boomed.
In the mid 1990s’ consistent menus were introduced at all Sonic locations, and in 2003 Sonic added a breakfast menu.
Visit the Sonic website and sign up for the Sonic Cruisers Club by clicking the link at the top of the home page. Members get all sorts of perks, like a newsletter, Sonic coupons and a birthday surprise.
Sonic coupons often are sent in the mail to local residents, and the coupon inserts in the newspaper are a good source for Sonic coupons.
A receipt from Sonic often will have a telephone number you can call to complete a survey in return for a coupon for a free 44 ounce soft drink. When you complete the survey, you’ll be given a promotional code for your free beverage.
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