Five Things You May Not Know About Culver’s

1.  Founded in 1984 in Sauk City, Wisconsin, Culver’s became famous for their ButterBurgers and Fresh Frozen Custard.

2.  Today, Culver’s has more than 450 family-owned restaurants across 19 states and growing.

3.  In 1993, Culver’s awarded its first academic scholarship to a team member. This led to the creation of Culver’s VIP Foundation. To date, more than 1,800 team members have been awarded $1.8 million in scholarships for college and other training programs.

4.  Wisconsin cheese curds made their debut at Culver’s in 1997. A Wisconsin delicacy, cheese curds are un-aged bits of cheddar, breaded and deep-fried. They are supplied by a family-owned Wisconsin dairy.

5.  Every day Culver’s features a unique flavor of Fresh Frozen Custard, and it’s different at each location. Over 5,400 dairy cows work full time to produce enough milk for Culver’s!