Chain benefiting from lower wing prices, improving sales
Executives at Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. said the chain would continue to benefit from lower chicken wing prices, which helped drive a 22-percent increase in fourth-quarter earnings. During a conference call Tuesday with analysts, executives for the Minneapolis-based chain laid out 2011 goals of 13-percent unit growth and 18-percent earnings growth and expressed optimism that the brand could take advantage of low prices for its principal menu item. EARLIER: Buffalo Wild Wings 4Q profit up ...
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