When Buffalo Wild Wings franchisee Bobby Pancake received a call from the White House on his cell phone, he didn’t recognize the number so he let it go into voice mail. Upon returning the call, however, he swiftly discovered that he and Steve Wheat, his partner in High 5 LLC, a six-unit franchisee of Buffalo Wild Wings based in Bear, Del., would get to meet with President Barack Obama the next day to discuss the state of restaurants and other small businesses. Pancake, who called the ...
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