Wingstop is spreading its wings even wider in Mexico. The Texas-based chain today announced it will add another 20 stores in the country over the next three years thanks to an extended development agreement with current international franchisee WIS de Mexico S.A. de C.V.
Franchise owners Jose Luis Serrato Villegas, Luis Antonio Ortiz Dominguez and Jose Francisco Cantu Quintero opened six Wingstop locations in Mexico City in 2010 as part of an original 10-store franchise agreement. Now the partners will add to that success with an additional 20 stores throughout Mexico including Mexico DF, Estado de Mexico, Puebla, Morelos, San Luis Potosi, Queretaro, Guerrero, Quintana Roo and Jalisco.
“We have achieved so much since opening our first Wingstop in Satélite,” said Jose Luis Serrato Villegas. “We’ve developed a delivery system, have six stores in operation, celebrated our grand opening with Troy Aikman and created wing fans across the city. We look forward to taking this next step and continuing to bring Wingstop wings to our guests.”
“We are thrilled with our success in Mexico over this past year,” said David Vernon, vice president of franchise sales for Wingstop. “It’s thanks to Jose Luis, Jose Francisco, Luis Antonio and their wonderful staff that we’ve grown so quickly internationally. This is just the beginning of what we hope to accomplish together.”
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