Buffalo Wild Wings’ promotions aimed at football fans and the happy-hour crowd drove positive results in the third quarter, company executives said in an earnings call on Thursday. The 795-unit Minneapolis-based chain, whose net income rose 32.5 percent for the Sept. 25-ended quarter, logged same-store sales increases of 5.7 percent in company-owned stores and 4.2 percent at franchised locations. Chief executive Sally Smith said the start of the National Football League season, as well ...

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