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Wild Wings arrives

Restaurant opening draws overnight campers

October 29, 2013

When it comes to getting something for free, many people are apt to do just about anything, including braving sub-freezing temperatures overnight in a parking lot....

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Oct-29-13 3:28 PM

If I was young I might have done it too. People are drawn to the word "free". But nothing is really "free" in life. At least they weren't drinking and carousing or shooting people!

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Oct-29-13 2:23 PM

What line of work is someone in that can camp out in line just to get wings? I can think of a lot of other foods that would be worth that kind of wait, but not wings!

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Oct-29-13 12:36 PM

Woolrich, it has nothing to do with the gas industry directly. They did not request this restaurant or any others to be built. It is their very presence and the infusion of cash into the economy that has spurred growth in our area. With that growth this restaurant was found to be warranted by the developer. Now, do you get it?

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Oct-29-13 12:15 PM

Free wings for a year? These fools stood outside in the freezing cold for a voucher book containing 52 coupons for 6 free wings a week. A lot of the folks were upset because they were misguided to believe they would be allowed an unlimited amount of wings for an entire year. Ya always need to read the fine print...

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Oct-29-13 11:51 AM

I remember when they put the Taco Bell in... that made local front page news, too.. good to see Williamsport crawling into the 21st century..

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Oct-29-13 11:15 AM

Woolrich, there are several places locally that serve good wings. The Cripple Bear being one of them and many in the gas industry frequent the place for their wings.

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Oct-29-13 10:40 AM

What???? How do you know the gas industry has anything to do with a new Restaurant???? Lord knows no locals in central Pa ever eats buffalo wings and has been waiting for a wing restaurant since Actions pub burnt down 15 years ago.

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Oct-29-13 9:18 AM

So, where are all the grousers who hate any change? This eatery was brought here, in part, due to the gas industry development. C'mon rick, shammy, chuckles, and the rest, time to crank up the complaint machines! That said, I won't go because it is a chain and I only support local businesses when possible. But, it is another option for many.

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Oct-29-13 9:12 AM

free wings offered to everyone they should of just donated them to the hungary

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Oct-29-13 8:15 AM

Let's guess Robert is 72 and the epitome of a disgruntled old man.

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Oct-29-13 7:55 AM

It must be hard going through life as miserable as you are robert72. How do you live with yourself?

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Oct-29-13 6:27 AM

Pretty good advertising ploy.


On a separate note, I wonder if they require a picture ID when they return for the free wings for the next year?

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Oct-29-13 6:08 AM


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