Not everyone could get tickets to Brazil for the World Cup this year. But, that doesn’t mean that you need to miss a game, and one buffalo wing restaurant is reaping the benefits.
Buffalo Wild Wings in the News
Loyal soccer fans gathered in front of large screen TVs at Buffalo Wild Wings (NASDAQ:BWLD) restaurant to watch the Portugal-U.S. World Cup match on Sunday. The standing room only crowd might have been disappointed about the match’s tie ending, but Buffalo Wild Wings was certainly cheering. Since the start of the World Cup, the stock has surged 5%. The strong attendance to watch these games at the restaurant bodes well for the food chain as the World Cup continues. As the wait time to be seated for a table gets longer, will the stock shoot higher?
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A Financial Expert’s Perspective
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