Where is Buffalo Wild Wings Corporate office Headquarters

Buffalo Wild Wings Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 5500 Wayzata Boulevard
    Suite 1600
    Minneapolis, MN 55416
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 952-593-9943
  • Fax Number: (952) 593-9787
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 44000
  • Established: 1982
  • Founder: Jim Disbrow, Scott Lowery, Bernard Spencer & Elizabeth Brock
  • Key People: Alexander H. Ware

Buffalo Wild Wings Headquarters Location & Directions

Buffalo Wild Wings Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Alexander H. Ware

Executive VP, CFO & Treasurer

Emily C. Decker

Senior VP, General Counsel & Secretary

Jeffrey B. Sorum

Chief Accounting Officer, Senior Vice President and Corporate Controller

Santiago M. Abraham

Chief Information Officer

Heather L. Pribyl

Director of Investor Relations

About Buffalo Wild Wings, History and Headquarters Information

History

Buffalo Wild Wings was founded in the year 1982. The company has been operational for almost 27 years now. The founders of the company were Elizabeth Brock, Jim Disbrow, Bernard Spencer and Scott Lowery. When the company had started, the parents of Lowery had become the guardians of Disbrow. The main idea of the company came when one of the co-founders of the company, after judging a skating competition at Kent State University, had gone out to grab a bit of the Buffalo-style chicken wings at a nearby restaurant. Since there weren’t any, Disbrow had planned to open up a restaurant serving chicken wings. The first location that was selected for the establishment of the company’s restaurant was near the Ohio State University, located in Columbus, USA. The company started to serve chicken wings with various types of sauces along with restaurant served beef as well.

The company had welcomed another partner as well, known as Mark Lutz, within six months of its operations. The company slowly expanded its chain in locations like Indiana and Colorado. From the year 1992, the company started franchising with Francorp, which was law firm based in Chicago, USA. The initial franchise fee was between $15,000 - $20,000, along with a percentage of the overall sales as well. The same year, the headquarters of the company was set up in Cincinnati. In the year 1993, eight more locations were opened by the company. In the year 1994, the company had hired a part-time CO, known as Sally Smith. Prior to the year 1995, Sally Smith was not able to determine the net income or loss. In the year 1995, the company had made sales of almost $12 million with a loss of nearly $1.6 million. In the year 1996, Sally Smith was promoted as the company's CEO and president as well. By the end of the year 1996, almost 35 more location was opened. The company had filed an IPO or Initial Public Offering in the year 1998. The company opened its 100th location in the year 1999. In the ear 2000, the company had tested several new sauces and only added two to its overall menu. By the same year, the company had its presence in almost 140 locations around 19 states in the USA. The following year, the company had an annual sales revenue of almost $15 million. The company had also collaborated with Frito-Lay in order to sell its won branded potato chips in the retail markets. Disbrow had passed away in the year 2002. By the end of the year 2003, the company had its presence in almost 211 locations around 27 USA states. In the year 201, the company had expanded to Canada, which was followed by expansion to the UAE in 2015, where it opened a restaurant in Dubai. As of the year 2018, the company was taken over by Arby's Resturant Group, now known as Inspire Brands, or an amount of almost $2.4 million. The headquarters of the company is based in 5500 Wayzata Blvd Suite 1600. The name of the place is Minneapolis, while the name of the state is Minnesota, USA. The pin ode of the area is 55416.

About

Buffalo Wild Wings is an American restaurant company chain that focuses on the production of various kinds of Buffalo-style chicken wings and also other American pub food dishes and recipes as well. As of the year 2017, the company has its presence in over 1,200 location, all over the USA, Canada, Asia, Mexico, Vietnam, Oman, Panama, Philippines and the Middle East. The current CEO of the company is Paul Brown. As o the year 2018, the total annual revenue generated by the company is more than $2 billion. Also, the number of employees currently working at the company, as of the year 218, is more than 44,000.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail restaurant presence in order to purchase various kinds of American pub food recipes and dishes along with its signature Buffalo-style chicken wings - which are produced by the company itself. The company restaurants also sell burger, beer and also shareables too.

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  • Tasha Morrison says:

    Your woodlands village shop has a huge problem in AZ. I HAVE ORDERED 3 different times to go. Each time stuff was wrong. From hot sauce for a toddler to not having items listed as well as a totally wrong item. I called today and spoke w the manager. He has no training in how to problem solve. Said it was my fault. As a past service employee I was really offended. Will not go back and going to start a crap complain on the flagstaff store. Get ready. I called on July 4. 8:40. Fix this crap. U can’t afford to have crap representing your company that can’t problem solve. If you need help. Reach out. I’ll take out the TRASH. Try harder.

     
  • Traci says:

    I ordered Spicy Garlic which was supposed to be much milder than the Jammin Jalepeno according to the list. They were too damn hot to eat and waitress stated they must have recently changed the list? I was disappointed and could not eat them. Is this true and my West Lafayette store is slow in changing the list or what?

     
  • Craig Margonari says:

    We went to the Cranberry Pa buffalo wild wings this past Sunday WITH RESERVATIONS a month in advance for a post child birthday party with a group of approx. 30 people. We were seated on the deck (thank god the weather was warm enough) around 4 to 4:15. We had one yes one waitress for 30 people and it took approx. 20 minutes to even get a drink. Appetizers showed up at around 45 minutes. At that point I wish I would have followed my sons lead and got our check and left as he saw the poor service and saw the possible long wait for dinner. Jumping ahead… at 6 PM we still did now get our dinners and began to ask for our checks. The bald headed manager actually said to me “I don’t see the problem” to which I replied it has been 2 hours and we still haven’t gotten our dinners. he just looked at me like I was being unruly while my wife and I were talking very calmly to him. He looked at me like why is this guy concerned that they haven’t gotten dinners after 2 hours. He then said after my wife continued to push him that he would comp all dinners and we just had to pay for drinks buy law. At 6 Pm I asked for my drink check. At 6:15 we had still not received ANY comp food or checks so my wife cornered him in the register area and told him to give us our check NOW. He did and she told him to stay there and gave him our credit card so we could immediately pay for our drinks and leave. That was 6:20 Pm. We left at that point. My wife called my daughter on the way home and she said they did not get any other checks until around 6:50 after everyone asked for them around 6 PM. Again no comp food was EVER brought out but we HAD to PAY for drinks per the idiot manager. I truly believe they never had any food to deliver anyway so why comp us? I have NEVER experienced such ridiculous service or lack or “I am sorry” from the management team. Subsequent to that visit other people have conveyed to us similar experiences at the Cranberry BWW. Based on that experience none of the approx. 30 people attending will EVER visit a BWW again anywhere . I just hope this email sends an alert that the customer experience is what matters. I personally had other awful experiences at the BWW in Greensburg and again the manager had no compassion for the customer. The Greensburg manager sent us coupons after my wife called after we got home after a horrible experience. I had already put the Greensburg location on my do not ever visit again list then. We gave those coupons away to a charity. As I said earlier NOW we will never go to ANY BWW again. I would suggest as a positive suggestion that you start a training program to educate your managers that the customer experience and responses are important and they should respond to them and not look at the customer like they are wrong when they have a complaint. In my opinion as a manger for several fortune 500 companies for over 30 years your manager training program has some serious flaws in it on how your managers deal with customers and if not corrected will not help your business model at all unless your model is to lose customers.

     
  • Kay S. says:

    I just receive a promotional email. It was very offensive. I am a mother of three teens and I really don’t need a promo with (implied) expletives.

    I thought BWW was a family restaurant? I guess not.

     
  • DEBORA J SMITH AND JAMES R SMITH says:

    IAM TAKING TIME OUT TO TELL YOU OUR EXPERIENCE THAT WE HAD WHEN WE VISITED ONE OF YOUR RESTAURANTS. WE WERE THERE ON WEDNESDAY 10/9/2019 ABOUT 3:05PM IN THE AFTERNOON. THE PROBLEM WE EXPERIENCE WAS THE FIRST BASKET OF FRIES WERE OVERCOOKED. WE ASK OUR SERVER JESSE TO TAKE THEM BACK AND HE CAME BACK WITH FRESH FRIES THAT WERE NOT OVERCOOKED AND THEY WERE EXCELLENT. LATER ON WE ORDER A SECOND BATCH OF FRIES AND THEY WERE OVERCOOKED AGAIN AND PLENTY OF SALT AND PEPPER ON THEM. AT THIS POINT I DIDN’T WANT THE FRIES ANYMORE AND THERE WAS A 20 MINUTE WAIT.I BELIEVE THAT THE COOKS NEEDS TO BE BETTER TRAINED. ITS ABOUT YOUR COOKS ACCOMMODATING THE CUSTOMERS. THERE WERE ONLY 6 TO 8 CUSTOMERS INSIDE THE RETAURANT, I DID NOT UNDERSTAND THE CONFUSION. I WONDER WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPEN IF YOUR RESTAURANT WAS FULL TO CAPACITY? THE MANAGER NEVER CAME OVER TO OUR TABLE TO ACKNOWLEDGE OR DISCUSS THE PROBLEM. I WANTED TO LET YOU KNOW HOW WE WERE TREATED ON OUR FIRST VISIT, YOUR RESTAURANT WAS BEAUTIFUL AND LOVELY INSIDE. THE FOOD WAS EXCELLENT.THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO READ OUR STORY. IN THE FUTURE HOPEFULLY THINGS WILL CHANGE FOR THE BETTER AND FOR FUTURE PATRONS.

     
  • liz durrell says:

    please give me credit for my visit I don’t have smart phone im 72 years old I spent 9.46 on 9/17019 in brea my claim # is3499-19091705005878 or 678 cant read it last 4 numbers sorry email is minglyn21@aol.com thank you

     
  • Mike Harvey says:

    I am a loyal Buff customer but the mgr. at Buffalo in Garland I don’t get. I am there weekly and spend around a 100 every Thursday, so last Thursday I ordered my usual Stella and received it in a small glass i was told they didn’t have any stella glasses but the small glass was the same size as the stellas which I begged to differ. I asked for Andrew to come over and I swear 10 min. later he shows up. I told him any other time there was no glasses they bring one in a large glass. He stated well I can give it to you in a large glass but I we won’t fill it up.. really? gotta think you know this family is here every week, spend a 100 dollars in my restaurant but tells me that. 10 min to get to my table, then not going to do that.. Is he just trying to send business at BWW some where else? was disappointing. I love Buff but felt a little disrespected as I am a loyal customer

     
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