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Wingstop comps increase for 7 years

Wingstop comps increase for 7 years

Wingstop reported Thursday a 1.5-percent same-store sales increase for the first half of 2010, continuing what it said was 28 consecutive quarters of positive sales trends.

Richardson, Texas-based Wingstop, which operates and franchises 447 casual-dining restaurants, said the positive sales results marked seven straight years of continued growth for the 16-year-old chicken-wing chain.

“That we have been able to achieve steady, positive growth when so many concepts are struggling says a lot about our franchisees, our staff and the loyalty of our guests.” said Jim Flynn, the chain’s chief executive.

Wingstop said it plans to continue its aggressive expansion plan with 50 franchised units scheduled to open this year in New York, Chicago, Kansas City and Mexico.

Contact Elissa Elan at [email protected].

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