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Wings Over Announces New ‘Fire(ry) John Donovan’ Wing Flavor

Move over Honey BBQ, there’s a new fan-favorite in town.

Earlier today, Wings Over Happy Valley announced the reveal of a new wing flavor that’s sure to jet sweep your next late-night wing order: Fire(ry) John Dovovan wings.

[pullquote]”Mmmm.” -Kaitlyn Dividock, on the new Fire(ry) John Donovan wings.[/pullquote]

“We are really, really excited to have the opportunity to try out this new wing flavor,” said Wings Over spokesman Jimbo Franklin. “Ya know, we got a lot of dedicated guys working day-in and day-out on these wings. Great work ethic! No talent required!”

Franklin took over the local wing joint two years ago. There have been mixed reactions within the community.

“These are some flaming wings,” says Wings Over employee Christian Brandenberg. “I personally couldn’t handle it. I survived two wings and knew that was it.”

Whether you’re in the mood for some Saturday night wings, or looking to drown out your sorrows after going 0-1 for the week, pick yourself up some Fire(ry) John Donovan wings today.

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About the Author

Alex Bauer

Alex graduated in Spring 2018 with a degree in Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and minors in Finance and Psychology. He was a first generation Penn Stater from Cheshire, Connecticut along with his two sisters. His favorite things are dogs, coffee, and dogs that shoot hot jets of coffee out of their mouths.


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