Wings re-opens to rave reviews

Wings Quesnel has now re-opened as a corporate store with a local manager and some returning staff

Customers enjoyed great service

Quesnel Wings has opened

its doors again and welcomes

guests to drop by and enjoy

all this restaurant has to offer.

“We are happy to have the

opportunity to turn Quesnel

Wings into a corporate store

so we can continue to provide

an unforgettable experience to

our guests,” Laticia Naicker,

Wings trainer, communications

and HR director said.

“As a franchisor (mother

company) we take our brand

very seriously and with that

being said, we have a lot of

policies and standards to uphold

and sometimes when a

franchisee doesn’t have hospitality

experience, that can

be difficult.”

The company has always

been confident in the Quesnel

market.

“With our research we found

a niche, a need for a humble

brand like Wings to come into

the ever-growing Quesnel market

and our future goals include

expanding in the Quesnel

market,” she added.

For any restaurant to succeed,

they must find the right

balance and style for longterm

appeal to the dining

public.

“Wings has a recipe for

success that gets better every

year as we learn about different

trends and approaches to

give our guests exactly what

they are looking for, however,

our core values have remained

the same for many years,” Naicker

said.

One of the many ways Wings

stays ahead of the curve is in

their menu.

“Wings changes the core

menu up to three times a year

to ensure we are giving our

guests everything they desire,”

she said.

“We are proud to be a trendsetter

in the industry.”

With the reopening of

Quesnel Wings, Naicker was

happy to report they have

retained many of the staff

members.

“We look forward to a long

and happy relationship with

our staff just like in our other

Wings locations.”

Wings motto is fun dining

not fine dining and the restaurant

welcomes single guests,

guests on a date or the entire

family.

“Wings is truly a place for

friends and family to gather,

meet, eat fun food and enjoy

a wide variety of sporting

events on the myriad of TV

screens around the facility.”

She went on to say Quesnel

Wings is the perfect place to

plan a corporate event, special

celebrations and sports team

gatherings.

Naicker also said Quesnel

Wings is open to fundraisers

as well.

General manager, Jean

Moxam and the entire Wings

Quesnel team welcome you to

the newly re-opened Wings.

The restaurant is open for

lunch and dinner beginning

at 11 a.m. daily.

They have Wings Deal Days

where wings are sold individually

for 63 cents each, Wednesday

and Sunday all day from

opening to closing.

“Our wings are award-winning,

B.C. fresh, never frozen

chicken wings with 25 different

flavours to choose from,

something for every palette,”

Naicker said.

Currently we have daily

lunch specials and in the New

Year we’ll be offering a $10

lunch fare menu.”

To arrange your special

event or to find out more

about Quesnel Wings call

Jean at 778-466-5588 or email

quesnel@greatwings.ca.

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