Chief Financial Officer Set to Retire from Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings has grown from 35 units to more than 1,150 since 1994.
Buffalo Wild Wings has grown from 35 units to more than 1,150 since 1994.

Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc. announced that Mary Twinem, executive vice president and chief financial officer, will be retiring on February 29.

Twinem joined Buffalo Wild Wings in 1994 and has been an integral part of the company’s growth from 35 Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants to an international enterprise of more than 1,150 Buffalo Wild Wings locations in six countries. The company is conducting a search for her successor.

Sally Smith, president and chief executive officer, says, “Mary’s been a key leader in the organization and has had a significant role in our success. I thank Mary for all of the contributions she’s made to the company. Buffalo Wild Wings is well positioned for long-term growth and continued success, supported by a strong management team and loyal, passionate guests.”

Twinem adds, “I am very proud of what we have accomplished at Buffalo Wild Wings and am thankful that I've been able to spend the majority of my career working with such talented colleagues building a great brand. I am confident Buffalo Wild Wings will continue its track record of growth and creating shareholder value. I am grateful for the experiences Buffalo Wild Wings has provided to me. Now, I look forward to joining my husband in retirement and traveling and spending more time with family and friends.”

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