FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
First 100 Customers to Visit Tri County Buffalo Wings & Rings on Saturday
Will Receive Exclusive Pint Glass and Chance to Win $100 Gift Card
– Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries to Accept Donation; Princeton High School Coaches to Compete in Wing-Eating Contest –
Springdale, Ohio, July 12, 2010 — The hot new Buffalo Wings & Rings in Tri County will celebrate the opening of the 7,000-square-foot restaurant off Princeton Pike with a special Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, July 17, 2010. The event will feature a ribbon cutting at 10:30 a.m. with Springdale Mayor Doyle Webster and members of the Springdale Chamber of Commerce. A charity donation will immediately follow with community partner Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries. Then, the restaurant opens at 11 a.m. and the first 100 customers through the door receive a FREE Buffalo Wings & Rings pint glass and exclusive coupons for future visits. Four of those 100 pint glasses will have a $100 gift card inside!
At 3 p.m., members of Princeton High School’s athletic department will spar against one another in a wing-eating contest. Coaches from the football, baseball, boys’ basketball, fast-pitch softball, wrestling and soccer teams will compete in what’s sure to be a messy competition! The coaches will be battling for not only bragging rights, but the opportunity to bring their team back for more wings, compliments of the restaurant. The event is followed by a half-price appetizer special for the public from 4 to 7 p.m.
From 7:30 to 10 p.m., restaurant goers can look forward to a post-dinner performance by the popular Princeton High School Jazz Combo. And, a prime time visit from the Budweiser Girls starting at 10 p.m. is sure to be a lot of fun, with beer sampling and free giveaways.
Co-owners and Lithuania natives Edvin Rajauskas and Val Kirielius formed a partnership in pursuit of the American dream with the joint venture on June 23, and are now ready to celebrate the opening of Buffalo Wings & Wings with the community.
“The first few weeks of business presented some exciting and rather interesting challenges,” Edvin said. “We are looking forward to officially celebrating the opening of our new restaurant with the people who live and work in the Springdale community on July 17.”
The Buffalo Wings & Rings menu features a wide array of fare suited to both adults and children, including traditional and boneless Buffalo-style wings, and hand-breaded chicken tenders – all available in nine sauces with five customizable levels of heat. Guests are encouraged to dunk their favorite wings in the Buffalo Wings & Rings homemade bleu cheese sauce. The menu also features massive burgers, crisp salads and Greek gyros, plus a full range of appetizers, including Buffalo chicken nachos, chili-drenched sloppy fries, popcorn shrimp and mozzarella sticks, as well as a full kids menu.
Tri County now enjoys these Buffalo Wings & Rings favorites alongside sporting events on more than two dozen televisions in the restaurant – including a large projection TV – featuring full access to NFL Sunday Ticket and UFC events. The restaurant offers seating for more than 250 diners, including outside dining and a private party room.
Buffalo Wings & Rings is located at 11305 Princeton Pike in Springdale between Tri County Parkway and Merchant Street. The hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight Fridays and Saturdays, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays. For more information, call 513-772-2111.
About Buffalo Wings & Rings
Buffalo Wings & Rings is one of the fastest growing privately-owned chains of franchised restaurants in the nation serving Buffalo-style chicken wings, burgers, Greek gyros, wraps, salads, and much more. The Buffalo Wings & Rings concept was founded in 1984 in Cincinnati and began franchising in 1988, and now operates more than 50 restaurants across the United States. Buffalo Wings & Rings was named the #1 fastest growing restaurant chain nationwide by Restaurant Business, and ranked in the top 500 franchises by Entrepreneur. For more information, visit www.buffalowingsandrings.com or call 513-831-WING.