September 04, 2012
MINNEAPOLIS (Sept. 4, 2012) – Team members at Buffalo Wild Wings® are gearing up for game days as the biggest season of the year kicks off. Football season has traditionally been Buffalo Wild Wings busiest time of the year. Whether it’s college, professional or fantasy, Buffalo Wild Wings is the place to gather to watch all the gridiron action on any of the restaurants’ many big-screen televisions.
“Football fans know that there’s no better place to share in game day excitement than Buffalo Wild Wings,” said Sally Smith, Buffalo Wild Wings CEO. “There’s a reason this is our busiest time of year: the energy and camaraderie rivals the stadium atmosphere and together with hot wings and cold beer – it’s an unbeatable combination.”
August 16, 2012
Sports fans are known for their passion, loyalty, superstitions - but most of all - opinons. From the broadcst booth and sideline reporters to sports radio and blogs, the "experts' debate issues in every sport.
July 26, 2012
MINNEAPOLIS (July 26, 2012) – The highlight of this summer’s sports calendar will take place in London this July and August, when sports fans from around the world will cheer on their countries and display passion for sporting events of all kinds. But what do fans really want to watch? And, should professional athletes be paid to represent their country? The Buffalo Wild Wings® “Voice of the Fan” Survey answers those questions by talking to those who know best: the fans.
July 23, 2012
The 2012 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl will kick off on Saturday, December 29 at 8:15 p.m. MST. ESPN will broadcast the game. The game, in its 24th year, has experienced fundamental growth with the arrival of higher-ranked teams from the Big 12 and Big Ten conferences. The matchup has set attendance records and seen TV ratings increases for the last two years.
July 11, 2012
MINNEAPOLIS (July 11, 2012) – As it enters its 30th year, Buffalo Wild Wings® is refreshing its look, restaurants and its commitment to the Guest experience. The restaurant – with roots on college campuses – has become a destination for sports fans over the years. While the core of what has made the restaurants successful will remain the same, fans of wings, beer and sports will see some noticeable changes in the coming months.