MINNEAPOLIS When the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints kick off Super Bowl XLIV on Sunday, it will be the culmination of a long season begun with two-a-days and training camp in the summer. Casual-dining chain Buffalo Wild Wings has been training just as long, working with suppliers and staff to prepare for the big game. The chain of more than 650 locations looks forward to the National Football League’s championship game every year as its biggest sales day. Last year ...
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