Tommy Hicks, Fort Worth, TX : “I like that Wingstop is simple and doesn’t try to switch things around and try out new items all the time,” said Hicks. “That simplicity helps me to train the crew, and quality employees keep the customers happy. The concept of just serving wings is awesome. I knew before I bought a franchise that this product was going to take off. When you’ve worked in this business you develop a feel for what sells.”
Danny Sonenshine, Bell Gardens, CA: "I joined Wingstop just as the brand was starting to emerge in California. Wingstop was still a fairly new brand and it gave me the opportunity to join on before it took off nationwide. Franchisees should look for territories where Wingstop is still a relatively unknown brand and lead the way in that market."
Sherry and Mike Hill, Tucson, AZ: As soon as we decided to open a franchise, we knew we’d go with Wingstop. We were familiar with the brand and loved the concept. Our goal is to continue building the business across Tucson. Hard work, dedication to our customers and advertising support from corporate has been the key all the way.”
Lance Graulich, Las Vegas, NV: "Wingstop’s sole focus on chicken wings and side dishes is why the company is destined for success. I’ve been very happy with the Wingstop corporate team. Everyone is knowledgeable and focused. Other companies that sell wings don’t have our focus and end up trying to create too many items that just don’t make sense to the core menu. I wanted to be involved because this is a simple concept and we put out a great product. With Wingstop you get a strong brand and management team and we need strong franchisees to join us.”
LaDonna Toliver, Oakland, CA: “People respond to a clean restaurant with strong décor. Once they eat the food that just confirms it and makes for a good experience overall. Customers drive from all over San Francisco, San Jose and northern California to try it.”