Buffalo Wild Wings Company Overview:
Buffalo Wild Wings was co-founded in 1982 by Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery. Disbrow and Lowery came up with the idea one weekend when they got together in Kent, Ohio, for Disbrow to a judge an amateur figure skating competition at Kent State University in 1980. They decided to open up their own restaurant, first in Columbus, Ohio, and then in Westerville, Ohio one year later.
Originally called Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck, from which the abbreviation bw-3 was created (the third W was for the beef on weck sandwich), in 1990 Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck began to franchise. As of February 2015, it had 1070 locations (485 directly owned by the company, and 585 franchised locations) across all 50 U.S. states. An alternate nickname in recent usage by the company is B-Dubs.
Company Website: http://www.buffalowildwings.com
Does Buffalo Wild Wings Hire Felons?
Based on our research, it appears that Buffalo Wild Wings does hire felons. It should be noted that we compile this information from various internet resources and we cannot guarantee that every company location will have an open mind about hiring a felon. However, from what we have seen in our research, it does appear that someone can work at Buffalo Wild Wings with a felony.
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