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Buffalo Wild Wings celebrates a season saved!

Buffalo Wild Wings celebrates a season saved!

Lakeland, FL -- Buffalo Wild Wings is honoring its promise to giveaway six free wings to anyone who signed its "Save our Season" petition on Facebook.

Despite the fact that the Buffalo Wild Wings' July 20 deadline passed before the labor disagreement was resolved, the company is lifting the date restriction and will give away more than 270,000 wings to the more than 45,000 supporters who signed the petition.

Fans who signed the petition will be notified through Facebook and coupons can be redeemed on gamedays in September.

Previous Story: Support "Save our Season", you could get free wings

Support "Save our Season", you could get free wings

Support "Save our Season", you could get free wings

Lakeland, FL -- Buffalo Wild Wings has announced that if the NFL lockout ends on or before July 20, the official date when teams can begin reporting to training camp, they’ll celebrate by giving away six free wings to everyone in America who signs its “Save our Season” petition on Facebook.

The company went so far as to send letters to both the NFL and NFLPA, as a representative of sports fans around the country, to plea that a deal be struck so everyone can enjoy some free wings.

They even invited the two heads of state – Commissioner Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith – to a nearby restaurant to hash out the differences over some beer and wings … because what disagreement can’t be settled over some good food and drinks?

Letter to NFL players and owners

A night of fun in Lakeland

A night of fun in Lakeland

Lakeland, FL -- Come out and join some great Family Fun this Thursday, June 2 at Joker Merchant Stadium for the 2nd Annual "Wing Ding".

The Flying Tigers will host a fun evening to raise money and awareness for the Camp Fire USA Sunshine Council. Tickets include 10 wing sample tickets and free beer samples from Budweiser.

There wil lbe a pre-game wing competition between local restaurants along with live music then be sure to hang around for the the game between the Flying Tigers and the Fort Myers Miracle!

Fla. Olive Garden warned for serving kid sangria

Fla. Olive Garden warned for serving kid sangria

Lakeland, FL (AP) -- Inspectors say a central Florida Olive Garden accused of accidentally serving a 2-year-old boy sangria instead of orange juice has been warned but not fined.

10 News Video: A popular chain restaurant gives a Lakeland toddler alcohol by accident

Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation announced Monday that state agents plan to train employees at that Lakeland restaurant and hold inspections at other Olive Gardens.

Officials acknowledged that it is illegal to serve alcohol to anyone under 21, but the agency found no criminal intent.

12th Annual Luau and King of the Wing Contest

12th Annual Luau and King of the Wing Contest

Lakeland, FL -- Business After Hours Luau will have food and drink samples from area restaurants along will live music.

The Luau will be hosted "On the Deck" of Citizens Bank & Trust located at 402 S. Kentucky Avenue from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m on Thursday, April 21.

In addition to being able to network at this event, the 9th Annual "King of the Wing" contest will be held.

Restaurant accidentally gives toddler alcohol

Restaurant accidentally gives toddler alcohol

Lakeland, FL -- A Lakeland mother wants answers after a local chain restaurant mistakenly gave her toddler an alcoholic drink instead of orange juice.

Jill Van Heest said it happened March 31, while she was having dinner with her nearly 3-year-old son, Nikolai, and her mother at the Olive Garden along US 98 N in Lakeland.

The mother said she noticed her son was acting strangely and about a half hour after the group had been given their drinks, a waiter came and took Nikolai's drink away, saying there was a mistake.

Flavors of Tampa Bay: Carter's Bar-B-Que

Flavors of Tampa Bay: Carter's Bar-B-Que

Mulberry, Florida - It's a family affair over at Carter's Bar-B-Que, with everyone helping to produce some great tasting comfort food. From Oxtail served with collard greens to some sweet and tangy pork ribs smothered in great tasting barbecue sauce.

Johnny Carter Jr. fired up his grill nine years ago, working alongside his family brings alot of pleasure to this man.

Carter's is a drive-thru and pick up window kind of place, though they do have some picnic tables on the side of the building.