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It's National Chicken Wing Day: Free (BOGO) Wings at Hooters

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I do not recall all the national food days (National Hot Dog Day, National Ice Cream Cone Day), but I am happy to partake in the deals. 


With a little research I unveiled a history lesson: the first

Chicken Wing Day took place in Buffalo, NY on July 29, 1977. Six years

later, the first Hooters opened up in Clearwater, Florida.

Celebrate this occasion with 10 free wings (with the purchase of 10 wings) all day Friday at Hooters.

Dine-in and one order per person only.


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