Buffalo Wild Wings CEO: Super Bowl blackout was good for business
It appears that Buffalo Wild Wings may be enjoying a pre-Super Bowl bump from investors. The Golden Valley-based restaurant chain's stock (Nasdaq: BWLD) was up $2.57, or 3.5 percent, to $76.12 in midday trading Friday. Investor website Seeking Alpha
The Virginia Tech kicker caused the dining room to be cleared for about an hour after setting off a friend's can of pepper spray.
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The investment website Seeking Alpha speculates that “Traders may be pulling an old play out of their playbook, loading up on Super Bowl-related stocks Buffalo Wild Wings, Domino's Pizza, and Papa John's in front of the game. The adage is that when the
Buffalo Wild Wings Manager Andy Schmitz said, "The price of chicken wings has gone up about 400% for our costs in the last 2 years. It used to be the leftover part of the chicken. Everybody wanted the breast meat and stuff like that and now everybody's