The Buffalo Wild Wings at Tanglewood is set to reopen Tuesday after closing for a week for renovations, and to celebrate, they're giving the first 100 customers in the restaurant free wings for a year.
Starting at 11 p.m. Monday, a designated "Sticker Master" will be out in the parking lot with anyone camping overnight, passing out stickers. They will continue to pass out stickers at random times overnight and into the morning until 10 a.m.
The Sticker Master will only give stickers to guests that are present at the time.
At 10 a.m., the official line will form. Your position in line will be based on the number of stickers you've collected (more stickers equals a better spot in line).
If multiple guests end up with the same number of stickers and push the line to more than 100 people, Buffalo Wild Wings will do a drawing for the final spots.
Drinking is not allowed on premises. Anyone being disruptive to other guests will be removed.
Music, other giveaways, and a mechanical bull will also be a part of the celebration. Buffalo Wild Wings will open for business at 11 a.m.