Wild Wing Cafe’s Month-long Kids Eat Free Promo Prompts Summer Fun

 

Wild Wing Cafe wants families to get the most out of their time together this July and has launched a month-long promotion certain to help savor summer fun.

Wild Wing Cafe, a cutting-edge wing concept best known for blending its mouth-watering menu with extraordinary musical entertainment, announced the launch of its Kids Eat Free promotion at participating locations.  For the entire month of July, children 10 and under receive a free kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entrée.

“Wild Wing Café connects with families in so many ways – we’re the place to come for great-tasting food, entertainment, and for plain old fun,” says Bill Prather, CEO of Wild Wing Cafe. “We’re on a mission to show families that they don’t need to shell out a fortune to get more of what they want. From fantastic food, excellent service and a warm, comforting atmosphere, we’re a one-stop-shop for family-friendly fun.”

Kid’s that visit the restaurant are invited to choose from a variety of entrees listed on the Wild Child Menu. A few of the favorites include the Ninos Nachos, a pile of fresh tortilla chips drenched with cheesy goodness. The Wild Child Wings are another popular item, offering the restaurant’s famous, hand-coated wings in child-size portions.

The Kids Eat Free promotion comes on the heels of several major developments at the brand’s Mt. Pleasant headquarters, including the launch of a strategic franchise growth initiative. Wild Wing Cafe’s well-crafted franchise plans include adding nearly 70 new restaurants during the next five years. The company projects reaching 100 units by 2018, with a focus on opening in select U.S. markets adjacent to current southeastern U.S. operations.

Five new units are slated to open in the second half of 2013 in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Additionally, Wild Wing Cafe is nearly finished completing a new restaurant prototype, which will serve as the model for all future locations.

 

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