Free wings for a year promotion part of grand opening for new Whitestown Buffalo Wild Wings

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WHITESTOWN, Ind. (Jan. 8, 2016) – Whitestown is getting ready for the grand opening of its new Buffalo Wild Wings location this weekend—and it could mean free wings for a year.

The first 100 guests lined up at the door will earn that tasty reward. They’ll receive a coupon book that grants them a snack size order of wings for 52 weeks. The store’s grand opening is Sunday, Jan. 10, at 11 a.m.

The store located on Whitestown Parkway will have three giant Jumbotrons that are larger than any other Buffalo Wild Wings locations in the country. In total, the restaurant will have nearly 70 televisions in addition to the three Jumbotrons.

Memorabilia inside Buffalo Wild Wings will feature team jerseys from local schools, including Zionsville Community Schools, Lebanon Community Schools and Traders Point Christian Academy, town officials said.

The restaurant will also dedicate special days during the week to its “Eat Wings Raise Funds” program, in which 15 percent of proceeds will go to a charity, organization or family in need.

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