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Buffalo Wild Wings

Marketing

LTOs with comfort-food appeal lure consumers

Menu items featuring cheese, meat and potatoes rank high this fall.

Operations

A routine mopping turns deadly at a Buffalo Wild Wings

Authorities say a commonly used bleach compound may have reacted with acidic floor residue to create toxic fumes, killing a manager and sickening at least 13 others.

Sensitivity training will be stepped up, and the chain will look at other remedies such as upgrading its applicant screening.

The boneless variety will be offered at that price exclusively for dine-in orders.

No allegations were made against the chain and its ultimate buyer.

The parent of Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Sonic and Jimmy John’s has promoted one of its founding executives.

Under a deal with MGM Resorts, customers will vie initially for prizes instead of cash, and can only collect on-premise. The chain will also develop sports bars within MGM properties.

Marcato Capital, which won a high-profile battle against the chicken wing chain, has reportedly seen its assets plunge, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Size didn't seem to matter for this mixed bag of operators during their most recent quarters. Labor and traffic proved as much of a challenge for them as it did for chains of scale.

Lure guests with limited-time offers that feature ingredients and flavors in sync with the season.

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