Around Town: Buzz accompanies opening of wing restaurant
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Mar 21, 2013 | 2718 views | 2 2 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Jayson Schachner (from left), Jason Tharp, Jason Lind and Andrew Hancock were the first in line for the grand opening of Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday, March 18. Hancock had waited in line since 9:30 a.m. Sunday, March 17, to be one of the first 100 people into the restaurant, who were promised a coupon book for six free wings each week for a year. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
Jayson Schachner (from left), Jason Tharp, Jason Lind and Andrew Hancock were the first in line for the grand opening of Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday, March 18. Hancock had waited in line since 9:30 a.m. Sunday, March 17, to be one of the first 100 people into the restaurant, who were promised a coupon book for six free wings each week for a year. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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The first group of customers waits to get into Buffalo Wild Wings near the West Valley Mall during the restaurant’s grand opening Monday, March 18. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
The first group of customers waits to get into Buffalo Wild Wings near the West Valley Mall during the restaurant’s grand opening Monday, March 18. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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David Garcia (left) and Vince Velasco join the people waiting for the grand opening of Buffalo Wild Wings near the West Valley Mall on Monday, March 18. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
David Garcia (left) and Vince Velasco join the people waiting for the grand opening of Buffalo Wild Wings near the West Valley Mall on Monday, March 18. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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A line stretches out the front doors of Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday, March 18, as a crowd gathered for the eatery’s grand opening. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
A line stretches out the front doors of Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday, March 18, as a crowd gathered for the eatery’s grand opening. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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The first customers gather at the bar at Buffalo Wild Wings, 2790 Naglee Road, during a grand opening Monday, March 18. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
The first customers gather at the bar at Buffalo Wild Wings, 2790 Naglee Road, during a grand opening Monday, March 18. The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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monsterdad3k
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March 24, 2013
Wow all those people waiting in line for wings.

I wonder if they heard about the promotion going on at the restaurant? The first 100 people through the doors received a coupon book for six free wings once a week for a year.

jd1872
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March 21, 2013
Seriously? Someone is desperate enough to wait overnight for 6 wings a week?


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