Wingstop's same-store sales rose 1.9 percent in the third quarter, marking its 29th consecutive quarter of positive results, the chain said Monday. The 460-unit casual wing chain said same-store sales are up 1.7 percent year-to-date as it hits the busy football season. Wes Jablonski, chief development officer for Richardson, Texas-based Wingstop, attributed the positive sales to the concept's made-to-order wings and its franchise partners, who operate 95 percent of the chain’s ...

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