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Wingstop Launches First Cumberland County Location in Harrisburg Area

Wingstop has opened a new restaurant at the Camp Hill Shopping Center, located at 98 S. 32nd St., Camp Hill. This marks the chain’s first foray into the Harrisburg area, with plans to open another outlet at the 4900 block of Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township.

The Texas-based company, established in 1994, is known for its aviation-themed decor and specializes in chicken wings, tenders, and sandwiches. Wingstop’s menu includes classic and boneless wings and crispy tenders available in 11 flavors, along with house-made sides such as seasoned fries and ranch. The Camp Hill location operates daily from 11 a.m. to midnight, offering dine-in, carryout, and delivery services. Wingstop currently operates over 2,200 locations worldwide and has reported a 27% increase in system-wide sales in 2023, with plans to expand by opening 270 new restaurants this year.

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