Pink's Hot Dogs Honoring Betty White, Proceeds Going to LA Zoo

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Pink's Hot Dogs is honoring TV legend, Betty White by naming a hot dog after her and distributing proceeds of that hot dog to the LA Zoo.

The Los Angeles landmark announced "Betty White's 'Naked Dog'" - a nine-inch all-beef hot dog will remain on the menu forever and will sell for $5.20. In the coming days, Pink's will also donate all proceeds from Betty's hot dog to the LA Zoo, a place Betty heavily advocated for.

Pink's Hot Dogs owner Richard Pink spoke to CBS LA about why it was so important to honor the legend - he told the news outlet:

“Betty White helped launch one of our locations at City Walk ten years ago, by eating a hot dog in front of Pink’s and said, ‘I like it naked! I like it with nothing on it – just the beef and a bun.'”

Betty White passed away on New Year's Eve at the age of 99.

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