Fast Food Restaurant
The first fast food restaurant serving buffalo-style chicken wings opened in Garland, Texas, and has since expanded significantly. Currently, there are more than 1,500 restaurants open around the world. Since they originally opened WingStop's doors in 1994, they have always prioritized flavor. They also have no plans to quit now. By sautéing and tossing the tastiest components you desire along the route, they are all about boosting the flavor of their wings. The wing sector is not where Wingstop operates. They are employed by the taste sector. Serving the world's flavor has been WingStop's mission ever since they first opened their doors in '94, and they are only getting started. Wingstop is the place to go if you want hand-cut, season-seasoned fries, any of the iconic WingStop sides, and fresh, never-faked wings.
Wingstop Charities wants to inspire young people to pursue their interests. Wingstop achieves this by having its brand partners submit grant applications on behalf of the neighborhood charitable organizations they sponsor. Neighborhood Wingstop restaurants collaborate with an organization or cause that improves their community and is close to their hearts. Organizations receive funding, but they are required to submit reports on the outcomes of their youth programs.
The Wingstop Team Member Foundation is supported by team members for team members. The Foundation provides immediate aid to team members who are experiencing financial hardship due to an emergency. Donations are all given to team members who are in need immediately. When you want freshly made, never faked wings, hand-cut, seasoned fries, or any of their legendary sides, head to Wingstop. There is only Wingstop for those who demand flavor in everything they do because it is more than just a meal; it is a flavor experience.
First-generation team members of Wingstop and brand partner restaurants will have the opportunity to apply for scholarships for post-secondary education through the Morrison Family Scholarship Program, which will launch in 2021. The initiative will support students seeking two- and four-year degrees, as well as technical or trade certifications from recognized institutions.