Buffalo Wild Wings to buy out 15 franchisees

Golden Valley-based Buffalo Wild Wings is buying up 15 of its own franchised restaurants in Ohio and South Carolina. The restaurants already operate under the Buffalo Wild Wings name and are currently owned and operated by a franchisee group.
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Golden Valley-based Buffalo Wild Wings is buying up 15 of its own franchised restaurants in Ohio and South Carolina. The restaurants already operate under the Buffalo Wild Wings name and are currently owned and operated by a franchisee group.

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