Wing Zone

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Wing Zone Franchise Corporation
Take-Out/Delivery Restaurant
Industry Restaurants
Founded Gainesville, Florida, USA (1991)
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Key people
Matt Friedman,
Co-founder & CEO
Adam Scott,
Co-founder & CFO
Products Buffalo Wings, Sandwiches, Chicken fingers
Website wingzone.com

Wing Zone is an Atlanta-based American restaurant chain that specializes in deep-fried food products; especially buffalo wings. There are roughly \80 Wing Zone locations in 25 American states, usually in urban areas.[1] Wing Zone has been featured on The Food Network's Roker on the Road,[2] Entrepreneur Magazine[3] and others. Wing Zone has also won many awards, such as "National Festival Favorite" at the 2004 National Buffalo Wing Festival.[4] Wing Zone offers both take-out and delivery.

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The Wing Zone was founded in 1991 by Matt Friedman and Adam Scott, then two students at the University of Florida. The two students took over their fraternity kitchen at nights and began developing their own techniques for creating original buffalo wings. According to Wing Zone's website, they sold out on their first two nights of business. Matt and Adam opened up their first two stores in Gainesville, Florida in 1993. As of 2014 Wing Zone has opened 8 stores in Panama City, Panama. In 2014, Wing Zone opened their second international store in San Pedro Sula, Honduras,[5] after in 2015 Wing Zone opened their third international store in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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