No, really: The Wendy’s inside UT’s Jester Hall has been renamed ‘Jendy’s’


It’s not a joke. It’s not a nickname. And even if this is the first time you’ve ever seen it written, the Wendy’s located within UT’s Jester Hall has been officially renamed “Jendy’s,” according to reporting done by the Daily Texan.

No, but for real though.

“We thought it would be great if we could just come here and rebrand the whole thing as Jendy’s to prove that we get the students,” a director behind the decision told the Texan.

Still having a hard time accepting it? Pictures showing the new Jendy’s signage and employee uniforms were shared on Twitter earlier today:



The chain has a history of engaging customers online. The most retweeted tweet of 2017 was posted by a teenage boy seeking free chicken nuggets from Wendy’s for life. 

According to the Daily Texan, the newly minted Jendy’s will be offering patrons free food from 10 p.m. to midnight Saturday following the Longhorn football game. 


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