# Corn dogs
Two Hands Corn Dogs coming to San Tan Valley — it’s Seoul food
Merch at Two Hands Seoul Fresh Corn DogsTwo Hands Seoul Fresh Corn Dogs. A fast-food twist on a popular carnival treat is coming to San Tan Valley. It’s called Two Hands Seoul Fresh Corn Dogs. The concept combines different fixed menu proteins dipped in batter and, you guessed it, served on a stick. The concept has become very popular on the west coast.
VIRAL CORNDOGS!!!! You will not believe the mouthwatering cheese pull! OH K-Dog
OH K-DOG located in both Doraville & Riverdale (Georgia locations)
Lake County Corn Dogs Baseball Franchise Seeks National Anthem Performers
CROWIN POINT, IN -- Can you sing the national anthem? Play it on an instrument? Have a band? The Lake County Corn Dogs want you on the field with them this summer. All types of talent are encouraged to audition, including individual singers, choirs, musical artists and military ensembles.
Lake County Corn Dogs Tap Local Baseball Talent to Build New Team
The Lake County Corn Dogs baseball franchise has signed four NWI Region products and two Illinois players for its 2022 inaugural season. Pitcher and first baseman Doug Loden, Lake Central High School/Joliet Junior College.
Corn Dogs Baseball Franchise to Host First Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Crown Point, IN – The Lake County Corn Dogs baseball franchise is pleased to announce and welcome members of the community to its inaugural Easter Egg Hunt. The event is free and will be taking place on April 9th from 11am to 12pm at Legacy Field (851 Center Ross Road in Crown Point, IN).
Lake County Corn Dogs Baseball Franchise Releases 2022 Schedule
Crown Point, IN – The Lake County Corn Dogs baseball franchise 2022 55-game schedule and ticket information is now available. The Corn Dogs, the newest pre-professional team in the Northern League, is based at Legacy Fields at Center Ross Park in Crown Point. Historically, many players from Northern League teams have gone on to play in the Major Leagues. Now, the Corn Dogs will be bringing that same level of action and intensity to their fans across Lake County and beyond.
New Baseball Franchise Expands Team Ownership
The Lake County Corn Dogs baseball franchise has added four new minority owners to its organization: Jim Masters, David Padilla, Alex Teodosi, and Samantha Salzeider. Ralph Flores, the Corn Dogs’ majority owner, is a former sports marketer with more than a decade of experience working with NBA players and related sports organizations.