A Lake Area radio station decided the best way to beat the I-10 traffic in Sulphur is to hand out free hot dogs.
"It's worth sitting in traffic to get a free hot dog", said Patrick Frey of Gator 99.5 during a Facebook live stream of the event.
The group set up near businesses along LA-108.
"What worse way could you have a Monday besides it's Monday, it's daylight saving time, and you're stuck in traffic", said DJ Your Buddy Russ.
Sulphur residents say bumper-to-bumper traffic is the new norm since work on the I-10 bridge began earlier this month.
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