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    Wingstop Begins Nationwide Rollout of Delivery with DoorDash in Dallas-Fort Worth

  • Industry News April 26, 2019
    Wingstop
    Wingstop first tested delivery in 2017 with Las Vegas and Austin.

    To bring flavor home, Wingstop has officially launched delivery in the company’s hometown of Dallas, Texas. The launch is part of a 2019 national rollout with on-demand platform DoorDash, and to celebrate, Wingstop is satisfying fans’ flavor cravings with $0 delivery in Dallas-Fort Worth now through May 1.

    Hungry fans in Dallas-Fort Worth can get their limited-time $0 delivery of made-to-order, hand-sauced and tossed wings, famous fries, and sides via the Wingstop or DoorDash websites or mobile apps*. DFW marks the fifteenth market where Wingstop, the award-winning flavor experts with more than 1,250 locations worldwide, offers delivery, joining Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, and several other cities across the country.

    “Our fans have been hungering for Wingstop delivery for a long time, and we’re excited to finally answer the crave right in our own backyard,” says Maurice Cooper, EVP and chief growth and experience officer of Wingstop. “We know the demand is there, and Dallas-area delivery is a major milestone in moving toward our goal of rolling out delivery to 80 percent of our system by the end of the year.”

    Wingstop first tested delivery in 2017 with Las Vegas and Austin, and continued with Chicago and Denver in 2018. Following successful tests, the brand announced plans for a nationwide, market-by-market rollout.

    “Our mutual investments in technology and operations, including a custom POS integration, have enabled us to scale at a rapid pace across the country,” says Toby Espinosa, VP of business development at DoorDash. “We’re proud to be Wingstop's national delivery partner and to continue to reach new customers in their hometown."

    (*For DoorDash Orders, Free means $0 delivery fee. Taxes and additional service fees may apply).

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