Buffalo Wild Wings announced that it will once again honor the brave men and women who serve and protect our country through its “Wings for Heroes” in-restaurant offer. On November 11, all Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants in the U.S. will offer a complimentary order of wings with a side of fries to active and retired armed services members.
Eligible Guests dining at their local Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant during regular business hours will receive a small order of traditional or boneless wings and a side of fries for free.
“The servicemen and women that make up the United States armed forces have dedicated their lives to protect our freedom, and we are honored to offer them a small token of gratitude this Veterans Day,” says Ben Nelsen, vice president of operations, Buffalo Wild Wings. “We invite all veterans and active duty military members to join us at their local B-Dubs restaurant on November 11 for some wings on the house.”
Ahead of Veterans Day, Buffalo Wild Wings released a short film recognizing the men and women who serve and protect our country. On Veteran’s Day, B-Dubs is also bringing back its “Wings for Heroes” promotion offering a complimentary order of wings with a side of fries for active and retired armed services members.
The video, entitled “Homecoming: Ironton,” opens on a soldier’s return to his hometown of Ironton, Ohio, after a recent deployment. He’s welcomed by friends who instead of taking him home, surprise the veteran by grabbing takeout from Buffalo Wild Wings and turning on the 2017 NCAA Final Four that they had taped six months earlier. In a true display of friendship, the group had waited for their friend to return home to honor their tradition of watching the Final Four together.
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