The Wingstop franchise program offers opportunities for single-unit and multi-unit developers. Check out stories of successful franchises and see how Wingstop is perfect for entrepreneurs with a passion to own their own business.
San Antonio, Austin and Corpus Christi, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona
Charles Loflin has always loved Wingstop. His strong belief in the concept and restaurant background led him to consider franchising. Never one to fear risks, Charles was the first to take Wingstop outside Dallas, Texas, in 1998. After purchasing local TV advertising, the floodgates opened when neighbors grew into customers. Now the owner of nearly 40 Wingstop restaurants, Charles and his team continue to develop San Antonio and central Texas in addition to Phoenix, Arizona.
Matt Morrison and Amanda Jones
Entrepreneurs at heart, Matt Morrison and Amanda Jones discovered Wingstop when exploring new franchise options. Amanda states it perfectly: “Wingstop keeps the focus on one quality item – wings. The company’s ability to tap into growing markets and develop new fans has created booming success.” Fans themselves, they are now in the process of opening Ohio’s third Wingstop restaurant. “We take Wingstop to all of our family gatherings and there are never any leftovers.”
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