Is it game day already?! Quite certainly, chicken wings are America’s favorite kind of food while watching NFL games.
Wingstop is a chain of nostalgic and aviation-themed restaurants where its primal focus is chicken wings.
Wingstop locations are decorated following a 1930’s and 1940s “pre-jet” aviation theme.
The restaurant chain was founded in 1994 in Garland, and began offering franchises in 1998.
Since then, Wingstop has grown into a chain with more than 650 restaurants and wings have become synonymous with “game day.”
During the NFL season, Sunday’s are quite busy as everyone loves watching football games and eating chicken wings, burgers, and pizza.
Wingstop fills the chicken wing void that that we so desperately needed.
Americans and Chicken wings go back a long way, so much so that Wingstop has sold more than 2,000,000,000. Yep, that’s BILLIONS of chicken wings since its foundation.
One might think that chicken wings can’t have that much variety, but that’s a mistake.
The chicken wing, not traditionally a desired part of the chicken, quickly became a craved favorite after Wingstop introduced it to the world.
They do it their own way, thus creating a niche that became so popular that franchising it soon followed.
First, a fact: Wingstop IS NOT fast food, as every single meal is made for you when you order. That means no food heating lamps or frozen fries or the usual that you would expect from a fast-food business.
As for the wings: available from individual meals with 6 wings served with fresh cut fries and a 20oz drink.
You can order up to 100 wings family packs plus sides, fries, veggie crisp sticks, 8 dips and 3 large side items.
And with so many wing flavors in a countdown like list from least spicy to spiciest. Sauces offered are Teriyaki, Hawaiian, Hickory Smoked Barbecue, Garlic Parmesan, Lemon Pepper, Mild, Louisiana Rub, Original Hot, Cajun and the mighty Atomic.
Then, there’re strips and chests, ALL BONELESS, so it’s really hard to say which is the most famous or the most ordered. Maybe this or that one, maybe all.
By far, the busiest day for Wingstop employees is going to be the annual NFL Super Bowl.
You will be preparing and serving thousands and thousands of chicken wings on this day, for sure. But, it will be fun and entertaining, just like at it’s competitor Buffalo Wild Wings.
Job opportunities at Wingstop
Regarding employment, the positions are varied and present throughout the whole Unites States.
Restaurant jobs include Assistant Manager, Cashier, Cook, Dishwasher, General Manager, Prep Cook, Restaurant Manager, Waiter/Waitresses, and Host/Hostess.
Some corporate careers and Wingstop include Marketing Coordinator, Payroll Specialist, Restaurant-Purchasing/R&D Project Administrator, Shift Leader. Do you see where it’s going?
You can potentially work your way into the corporate arm if that’s your interest. And, being an employee at one of their restaurants will be a great addition to your resume.
Heres a Wingstop commercial.
It’s a world of opportunities for you to explore, with pros as valuable as food perks, proper training, and encouragement to succeed and advance inside the company, as well as constant coaching and mentoring so you can be sure everyone has your back.
Wingstop Job Benefits
Job benefits at Wingstop include (depending on hours and job title):
- Vacation days
- Sick days
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