Chain plans to open 50 stores in Canada
Buffalo Wild Wings is venturing into the international marketplace for the first time with plans to open 50 corporate and franchised locations in Canada over the next five years. The Minneapolis-based casual-dining chain said it expects to debut its first two Canadian locations in the spring of 2011 in the Toronto suburbs of Oshawa and Mississauga, Ontario. Buffalo Wild Wings is planning to open more than 30 outlets in Ontario, as well as several locations in British Columbia, Manitoba, ...
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