Wingstop Restaurants, a 475-unit chicken-wing chain, will be expanding its franchise units in Mexico. Richardson, Texas-based Wingstop said this week it had extended its development agreement with WIS de Mexico S.A. de C.V. to add another 20 stores in Mexico over the next three years. Franchise owners Jose Luis Serrato Villegas, Luis Antonio Ortiz Dominguez and Jose Francisco Cantu Quintero opened six Wingstop locations in Mexico City in 2010 as part of an original 10-store franchise ...
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