In just a few days a local mainstay will open the doors of its new location with an incentive few can resist.
On Monday, Buffalo Wild wings will re-open for the first time in two weeks, with the first one hundred people at the door getting free wings for a year.
General Manager Matt Antonetz said his store is not only preparing for the grand re-opening, but for the number of people preparing to camp out.
"I'm hearing people all over town talking about it, said Antonetz. "I think we're going to have campers here, I think it's going to be a very, very good time and it's the first hundred people; six free wings for a week for 52 weeks."
Friday, employees took part in on-the-job training, inviting family and friends to dine at the new Brandywine Boulevard location.
Antonetz said he's been in contact with police to make sure that nothing unexpected happens before the grand re-opening.
"We definitely got some security precautions. We talked to our local law enforcement and Zema Brothers has provided some facilities for our guests that plan to came over," added Antonetz.
Buffalo Wild Wings closed its Maple Avenue location earlier this month after the Superbowl.
Doors open Monday at 10 a.m.