East Coast Wings & Grill Launches National Poll to Find Presidential Candidates’ Stance on Chicken Wings
Casual Family Dining Franchise Awarding One Free Chicken Wing Party a Day Leading Up to Election Day
Winston-Salem, NC (RestaurantNews.com) As the presidential election approaches and Americans continue to demand answers from each delegate, it’s time to address one more important issue: How do Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton feel about chicken wings? This year, East Coast Wings & Grill, a North Carolina based family dining restaurant with an emphasis on buffalo wings, is bringing attention to the matter and enlisting in chicken wing fanatics nationwide to find answers.
East Coast Wings & Grill is encouraging Americans to send an email to the candidate of their choice through the restaurant’s website, Facebook and Twitter through November 8. Upon sending an inquiry, guests will be entered to win a chicken wing party catering to ten people. East Coast Wings & Grill will be giving away one chicken wing party every day until Election Day on November 8. Additionally, East Coast Wings & Grill invites community members to visit the location on November 8 to indulge in five free honey bar-b-que chicken wings with every entrée order.
“At East Coast Wings & Grill we know how important quality chicken wings are to our customers. Now, it’s time to see what the presidential candidates think,” stated Sam Ballas, CEO of East Coast Wings & Grill. “We’re eager to engage our guests in the upcoming election and reward them for their loyalty with free wing parties.”
Known for its wide variety of buffalo wings, East Coast Wings & Grill offers nationally award-winning wing sauces that are mixed to order with the freshest ingredients. Inspired by different cultures – The Islands, Tex Mex, Classic American, Asian, Southern BBQ, European, Bayou and more – at East Coast Wings & Grill, community members can enjoy dozens of flavors of chicken wings and choose from nine heat intensities, resulting in hundreds of possible combinations that can be added to most entrees and of course, wings. While wings remain a staple, the restaurant’s six-page menu includes burgers, salads, sandwiches and more.
To enter, please visit http://www.eastocastwings.com/election to send a message to the presidential candidates, or post on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using the hashtag #EastCoastWings and tagging @EastCoastWings. For more information on East Coast Wings & Grill or to find the nearest location, visit www.eastcoastwings.com.
About East Coast Wings & Grill
East Coast Wings & Grill is a fast-growing, casual, family dining franchise that puts the spotlight on buffalo wings. With more than 70 locations nationwide currently operating or in various stages of development, the burgeoning franchise recently secured itself a top spot for the second consecutive year on Restaurant Business Magazine’s “Future 50” list of the fastest-growing U.S. mid-size restaurant chains. Entrepreneur magazine also named East Coast Wings & Grill one of the nation’s top franchise investments, and Franchise Times magazine ranked the company No. 395 on its “Top 200+” list of top revenue-producing U.S. franchises. The concept has also been recognized by The Franchise Grade and Franchise Business Review for transparency during the franchise sales process, franchisee support and overall franchisee satisfaction. Based in North Carolina, East Coast Wings & Grill caters to chicken wing lovers by offering dozens of varying chicken wing flavors that can be paired with nine heat intensities—resulting in hundreds of delicious choices. The extensive menu also includes salads, wraps, sandwiches, burgers and more – all using fresh ingredients. For more information about East Coast Wings & Grill or its franchise opportunities, visit www.eastcoastwings.com or www.eastcoastwingsfranchise.com.
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