Wingstop reported Thursday a 1.5-percent same-store sales increase for the first half of 2010, continuing what it said was 28 consecutive quarters of positive sales trends. Richardson, Texas-based Wingstop, which operates and franchises 447 casual-dining restaurants, said the positive sales results marked seven straight years of continued growth for the 16-year-old chicken-wing chain. “That we have been able to achieve steady, positive growth when so many concepts are struggling says a ...
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