Wing-focused chain looks to grow lunch business with Glider LTO
Wingstop is looking to grow its lunch business with the limited-time offer of mini chicken sandwiches, a first for the 480-unit wing-focused chain. Called Gliders, the sandwiches consist of a three-ounce boneless, breaded and fried chicken breast, served plain or tossed in one of Wingstop’s nine sauces and served with pickles on a yeast roll. The sandwiches debut April 18 and will be offered for 90 days. “If it does well, it will remain part of the menu,” said Andy Howard, ...
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