DALLAS Wingstop Restaurants Inc. said its national spokesman, Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman, has extended his contract with the 420-unit chain for three more years. Aikman has served as Wingstop's spokesman since 2003. Andy Howard, Wingstop’s executive vice president of marketing, said, “It’s rare to find a spokesperson that fits so perfectly with a brand ... but Troy’s enthusiasm for our brand and wings, as well as his stature in the sports industry, make him the ideal ...

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