Get a Scary Good Deal this Halloween

                     Get a Scary Good Deal this Halloween

SONIC®, America's Drive-In®, offering 50-cent Corn Dogs all day October 31

PR Newswire

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 26, 2012

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ghouls, goblins and ballerinas
alike are all invited to SONIC Drive-In this Wednesday, Oct. 31, for an
all-day treat that's no trick: 50-cent Corn Dogs. The deal is available all
day on Halloween at participating SONIC Drive-Ins and offers an affordable
meal or snack before trick-or-treating in the neighborhood or attending
Halloween parties.


The Corn Dog combines what everyone is looking for on Halloween: a delicious
hot dog surrounded in a sweet corn batter and fried to a crispy golden brown.
Pair the Corn Dog with SONIC's apple slices and 1% low-fat milk for the
perfect pre-trick-or-treating meal.

"The Corn Dog is a great value for our customers on Halloween," said SONIC
Chief Marketing Officer James O'Reilly. "SONIC is the Halloween quick stop.
The Corn Dog makes for a family-friendly food that appeals to everyone and is
easy to eat while on the go to neighborhood trick-or-treating and community
Halloween events."

Costumes aren't required to get this great deal; customers of all ages can
enjoy the 50-cent Corn Dog. It's the perfect on-the-go snack.

SONIC^®, America's Drive-In^® (NASDAQ/NM: SONC) started as a hamburger and
root beer stand in 1953 in Shawnee, Okla., called Top Hat Drive-In, and then
changed its name to SONIC in 1959. The first drive-in to adopt the SONIC name
is still serving customers in Stillwater, Okla. As the nation's largest chain
of drive-in restaurants, SONIC has more than 3,500 drive-ins in 43 states
coast to coast. Approximately 3 million customers eat at SONIC every day; and
with more drink combinations than any other quick-service restaurant –398,929
– SONIC is Your Ultimate Drink Stop^®. For more information about Sonic Corp.
and its subsidiaries, visit SONIC at Through Limeades for
Learning^®, SONIC and its franchise partners have donated more than $2.5
million to public school classrooms in local communities across the country.

Anita Strohm
(816) 423-6188


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