Local restaurants will give chicken wing lovers something to cluck about on Monday, July 29 for National Chicken Wing Day.
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Wingstop will offer five free boneless or classic wings with any wing purchase that day for National Chicken Wing Day.
A manager confirmed the participation of the Dayton-area location at 2006 Miamisburg-Centerville Road (Ohio 725) at I-675, in the east edge of the South Towne Center in Miami Twp.
The deal is limited to one promotional item per paying customer.
The Miami Twp. location opened in November 2017.
In a press release, Wingstop said it will donate $1 per transaction up to $100,000 to local communities through Wingstop Charities.
The nonprofit organization offers competitive grants to students.
Founded in 1994, Wingstop has more than 1,250 locations, including four restaurants in the Cincinnati area and eight in the Columbus area.
BUFFALO WILD WINGS
Buffalo Wild Wings served up more than 1.9 billion wings in 2018 and is looking to give more than a handful away for National Chicken Wing Day, a spokesperson told this news organization.
B-Dubs, as the chain is affectionately called, will offer a free snack size order of wings with any dine-in purchase of any small, medium or large order of boneless or traditional wings.
The restaurant’s Dayton-area locations include:
1900 Brown St., Dayton; 262 E Stroop Road, Kettering; 2082 S. Alex Road, West Carrollton; 6210 Wilmington Pike, Centerville; 2776 Centre Drive, Fairborn; 7875 Wayne Towne Blvd., Huber Heights; 891 S. Main St., Englewood;
774 N. Main St., Springboro; 2313 W. Main St., Troy and
1485 Wagner Ave., Greenville.
Hooters is offering all you can eat wings for $15.99 per person at participating locations. Dine-in only.
Also, for fun, you can watch competitive-eating legend Joey Chestnut eat wings for 12 hours straight on a live feed. Guess how much he will eat to be entered for a chance to win free wings for a year.
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