Chain looks to rebound from slow 2Q sales as it gets ready for football season
After reporting higher second-quarter profit, Buffalo Wild Wings officials told investors that the chain was able to recover from a sluggish April by streamlining operations at underperforming stores and capitalizing on a lower chicken wing prices. The company also discussed its plans for the current third quarter, which is typically a strong one for the casual-dining chain because of the beginning of football season. Despite same-store sales declines of 0.1 percent at company-owned ...
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