DALLAS Wingstop Restaurants Inc. is rolling out a new design, its first wholesale change since the 433-unit wing chain was founded in 1994. The new look, which retains the chain's aviation theme, shaves about a week off the eight-week construction schedule and provides a more consistent decor package, said John McDonald, Wingstop’s vice president of design and construction. “It’s an art deco, circa 1930s-'40s-'50s theme,” McDonald said. “Our main decor is aviation. The older style of the ...
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