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Customers support veteran after vandals hit his hot dog stand signs

<p>An Orange County community is rallying behind a Korean War veteran whose hot dog stand signs have been vandalized for the second summer in a row.</p>

News 12 Staff

Aug 29, 2018, 10:50 PM

Updated 2,150 days ago

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An Orange County community is rallying behind a Korean War veteran whose hot dog stand signs have been vandalized for the second summer in a row.
Bud Whitt, 81, has run his hot dog stand, Hot Dogs Plus, in Warwick just steps away from the Appalachian Trail since 1982.
He says he gets business from hikers and a slew of regulars.
Whitt says he put up highway signs this summer, but they were vandalized for the second consecutive year.
"This year I put them up and two weeks later I'm riding by and there ain't no signs," Whitt said.
Some of Whitt's regular customers are calling on everyone to support the longtime hot dog vendor.
"Everyone's got to climb the hill to have the best dog in town," said Donald Weiss.
Hot Dogs Plus is located on Route 17-A  and is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


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