Buffalo Wings & Rings gives the anchors a lesson in chicken wings, plans to expand Columbus presence
As March Madness continues to intensify, Buffalo Wings & Rings Franchise Business Manager Doug Morrison and Grove City Assistant Manager Della Lovelle came in studio at WSYX (ABC Affiliate) in Columbus, Ohio to show viewers how to spice up their chicken wings with a variety of the restaurant's best-selling sauces to serve as the ultimate NCAA tournament viewing party snack.
Morrison elaborates on how you have to fry wings and get messy with the sauce, but people who prefer to be more delicate in their wing eating should opt for boneless wings with silverware. He teaches the anchors and viewers how to sauce wings, discussing that Buffalo Wings & Rings offers around 50 wing sauce options because guests can change the flavor intensity.
There are currently three locations in the Columbus area, but the brand is looking for qualified franchise partners to help grow the restaurant's presence in the area. Those in the greater Columbus area interested in the Buffalo Wings & Rings franchise opportunity should have liquid capital of $300,000 or higher and a net worth of at least $1-million. Investment to open a Buffalo Wings & Rings franchise ranges between $1.2-million and $3-million. Learn more about the opportunity here.
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