Leaders of Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. cited several factors for its more than 70-percent gain in net income in the first quarter, including corporate restaurant development, favorable food costs, and same-store sales increases of 6.6 percent at company-owned locations and 5 percent at franchised outlets. Executives added that sales-driving initiatives like the chain’s new service format, new wing sauce flavors and incremental sporting events would build more momentum for sales this ...
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