WingsXtreme To Open Second Campus Location

July 23, 2007 by Mark | 1 Comment

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Columbus, Ohio based WingsXtreme Inc recently announced that a second location would be opening in Bloomington, Indiana near the Indiana University Campus in August of 2007. This location would be owned by franchisee, Christopher Kurtz.

Cory Johnson envisioned and founded WingsXtreme in March 2002, with the dream of offering his customers a tasty alternative to pizza delivery when hunger called in the midst of busy lifestyles. The first WingsXtreme, was carryout and delivery-only, and served the needs of Ohio State University students, as well as area residents and businesses.

WingsXtreme’s motto, “Way More Than Wings” defines the company’s philosophy. One of their main goals was to bring quality, courteous and respectful service back to the fast food industry. They also take pride in the quality of their food – huge wings, tasty sauces, great burgers, sandwiches and salads. Through top-notch management, they intend to bring some idealism back into the food service business.

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  • mark on January 10th, 2008 at 6:52 pm

    If you plan on working for this company, I would strongly suggest getting paid in cash only. Cory’s checks tend to bounce, and they are often short. Also, what ever you do, don’t get fired before collecting your check, because what you get will be very short(if you end up getting a final check at all). I am not the only one that this has happened to, so just google Cory’s name and wings xtreme and see what you find

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