Hold On to Your Nuts! The Planters NUTmobile Comes to the Cleveland Area Wednesday


  • Courtesy of Planters

Move over, Weinermobile, there's a new novelty food vehicle coming to town.

Jordyn Hack, a self-described Planters Peanutter is traveling across the country piloting the Planters NUTmobile, a 24-foot-long peanut on wheels, and it's arriving to the Cleveland area tomorrow.

At the Peanutter events, fans can see the NUTmobile up close, take pictures, meet the iconic Mr. Peanut, play games and receive samples of delicious and irresistibly satisfying Planters nuts.

The NUTmobile will be driving around the area beginning tomorrow, with events kicking off on Thursday at the following locations:
  • Aug. 30 : (11 a.m.-6 p.m.) Buehlers Fresh Foods - 3426 Medina Road in Medina.
  • Aug. 31 : (11 a.m.-6 p.m.) Buehlers Fresh Foods - 3540 Burbank Rd. in Wooster.
  • Sept. 1 : (11 a.m.-6 p.m.) Buehlers Fresh Foods - 7138 Fulton Dr. NW in Canton
  • Sept. 2 : (11 a.m.-6 p.m.) Buehlers Fresh Foods - 3000 North Wooster Ave. in Dover.
Based on the official Twitter account of the Planters NUTmobile, Mr. Peanut is also known to pop up in random places while on tour, and was seen golfing, jumping for joy in the middle of a department store, ax throwing and even running a marathon.

Obviously, if you or your children have any form of a nut-allergy, avoid these events at all cost. While the vehicle and mascot aren't real peanuts, the prizes and snacks given away absolutely contain peanuts.

For those that do attend, it's sure to be a "nutrageously" good time.

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