Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings Stops Airing TV Ads Featuring Comedian Who Lied About 9/11

Following yesterday's news that comedian Steve Rannazzisi repeatedly lied about surviving the 9/11 attacks, Buffalo Wild Wings and Comedy Central said they were reconsidering deals with the actor.

Comedy Central, Buffalo Wild Wings Are Reconsidering Deals With Comedian Who Lied About 9/11

Comedian Steve Rannazzisi, best known for his role as Kevin on the The League, has admitted that he faked his account of surviving the 9/11 attacks.

Buffalo Wild Wings Turns Your Tweets (Emojis Included) Into Fun NFL Sportscasts

Buffalo Wild Wings is not a Super Bowl advertiser but has a clever plan to chime in on social chatter during the game.

Miller Lite Is TBWA\C\D’s 3rd Win in the Past Week

Miller Lite's creative business represents the third account win in the past week at the Playa del Rey, Calif. office of TBWA\Chiat\Day and is arguably the most daunting marketing challenge among them.

Buffalo Wild Wings Tests Instagram Direct to Launch Brand Account

Buffalo Wild Wings is leaning on the World Cup to kick off its Instagram presence with an image-based contest that uses the social mobile app’s Instagram Direct messaging feature.

March Madness Twitter Ads Tip Off After Buzzer-Beater

Earlier this afternoon, Seton Hall guard Sterling Gibbs hit a last-second shot to help his college basketball team upset Villanova, and marketers for New York Life and NBC immediately purchased Promoted Tweets around related hashtags appeari

Buffalo Wild Wings Ad Confirms Men Are Even Stupider in Slow Motion

What is it about slow-motion footage that makes guys look even more amusingly idiotic than usual? Do we simply find it funny when men's physical movements decelerate to the point where they match their mental ones? Whatever it is, it works pretty well in commercials. The classic example is the famous Carlton Draught commercial from a few years back—a veritable opera of sluggish male moronitude. Now, Buffalo Wild Wings—always ready to salute, in a good way, the inherent imbecility of the hairier sex—has done something similar in this ad from agency 22squared. You can just feel the male brains in the ad struggling to comprehend their predicament. Buffalo Wild Wings is the only corporate sponsor for the NCAA in the casual-dining category, and as such, it can call itself the "Official Hangout of NCAA March Madness." The new campaign positions the chain as the only place for sports fans during March Madness and beyond. Two more spots and credits after the jump.brightcove.createExperiences();

Ad of the Day: Buffalo Wild Wings

Let's agree on this: Men are fairly stupid. Particularly young men. Not about everything—they can recall the most esoteric fantasy-baseball statistics in alarming detail, and quote entire scenes from The Simpsons.

Jackson Hewitt Finds a New Lead Agency

Experience with financial services was naturally a factor in Jackson Hewitt's decision to hire 22squared as its new lead agency for its creative and media business. Just as important, however, was the shop's ability to cultivate brand fans on Facebook.