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Celebrate National Chicken Wing Day at Wingstop

I received a gift card courtesy of Wing Stop for my honest opinion. No other compensation was received for this post.



First of all, who isn’t a fan of chicken wings? I’ve always been crazy about them and you can never go wrong with them. As a matter of fact, they are my go to food whenever there’s a big game or the entire football season. They go hand and hand in my household, whenever we plan a dinner party for big events like the Super Bowl, NCAA Final Four, wrestling PPVs or the NBA Finals, we always involve wings.

Recently, while talking with co-workers we were discussing some parties we’ve had and some of our favorite foods. It was crazy that everyone in our group were raving about Wing Stop, which was something that I’ve heard a lot about the place and they told me that they sold some great wings. After researching more about the restaurant I also seen that rapper, Rick Ross has actually invested in the franchise. Then I figured, why not give it a try when me and my wife were running around.

I had the Lemon Pepper wings and she tried the Original Hot flavored wings. We’ve tried a lot of wings before this and they were all good but these wings were beyond my expectations. My wife is someone that is hard to please and she even raved about them and we have eaten there a couple of more times since then. Today marks National Chicken Wings and guess what, were going to Wingstop and ordered a family packs. Not only you’re getting good wings, but you’re getting Fries, Large Sides, Veggies and it’s pretty cheap also.

Here are some fun Chicken Wings facts:

–According to Technomic, 36 percent of the Top 500 restaurant chains now offer wings on the menu

–National Chicken Wing Day was proclaimed in 1977 by Stanley Makowski, the Mayor of Buffalo, NY at the time

–Americans consume more than 1 billion wings Super Bowl Weekend

–Wingstop was founded in 1994 in Dallas, TX.  Today the concept has more than 575 locations open

–Wingstop has sauced and tossed more than 3 billion wings

–The National Chicken Council estimates that in 2012 more than 25 billion wings were sold in the U.S.


Now everyone join me today and head out to Wingstop to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day!!!!


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