Buffalo Wings & Rings Introduces Limited-Time Fall Menu To Support American Cancer Society
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Buffalo Wings & Rings Introduces Limited-Time Fall Menu To Support American Cancer Society

Oktoberfest-inspired Chicken Ringer Sandwiches and custom koozies will support the brand’s long-standing charity partnership and the millions who benefit from ACS services.

CINCINNATI (PRWEB) September 27, 2021 - Buffalo Wings & Rings is announcing the launch of its new fall menu. Now through October 31, fans can enjoy the beer-inspired items on the menu while supporting a good cause. For the sixth year, Buffalo Wings & Rings is partnering with the American Cancer Society to raise funds for cancer awareness and research.

“Buffalo Wings & Rings is always looking to make an impact in the lives of the people in our communities, and this is one of the ways we have continued to support them beyond serving our crave-worthy wings and rings,” said brand CEO Nader Masadeh. “Cancer affects the lives of so many of our customers both directly and indirectly. Our partnership with the ACS is a great example of how Buffalo Wings & Rings looks to give back to the communities and the people we serve.”

To raise money, Buffalo Wings & Rings is selling #hopeherd koozies for $5 a piece, with all proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society. In addition, 25¢ from each ACS Chicken Ringer Sandwich will be donated to the organization.

“We know our guests will not only enjoy the new menu, but appreciate that their money is going to a great organization. Even if guests don’t purchase a koozie or the ACS ringer, they can still give back,” says Diane Matheson, the brand’s VP of marketing. “On top of it all, we have other great food options just in time for fall.”

Those other options include limited-time menu items like the Drunken Nachos, covered in house-made beer cheese, pulled pork, green onions, tomatoes, jalapeños and sweet BBQ sauce. Buffalo Wings & Rings will also debut its Drunken Chicken Tenders, served with beer cheese dipping sauce and fries in a three- or four-piece option. The brand will bring back its Skrewball Brownie Sundae, made with house-made chocolate ice cream and spiked with Skrewball peanut butter, whiskey, whipped cream, pretzels, caramel, chocolate sauce and a cherry.

The ACS Chicken Ringer is made with beer-battered chicken, beer cheese and smoked bacon, alongside caramelized onions, lettuce and tomato on a brioche bun. Additionally, Buffalo Wings & Rings will feature Sam Adams Oktoberfest alongside the rest of its new menu items through October.

SOURCE Buffalo Wings & Rings



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