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2011 Budweiser Wilmington

2011 Budweiser Wilmington Wing Fling is a community wide event that is put on by hard working students in Pi Sigma Epsilon, a marketing and sales fraternity that as of 2010 stands as the TOP CHAPTER IN THE NATION. The event known as Wing Fling helped last years members compete against schools from around the nation for school recognition and personal pride, not to mention the education involved!

Every year, Budweiser gives PSE a large check to help support Wing Flings efforts and sponsor an event that 100% helps the community and students learn.

This year is it located on the river front in downtown Wilmington, not next to a residential neighborhood!

Just to throw some stats at those of you who complain and yet never attend...

75 portable toilets were rented for the event supporting a local business

15 Sheriff's officers were hired for security and crowd control, purchased by PSE, not tax payers.

12 Event Staff were hired from a national company to help ticketing and checking ID's

Over 15 local businesses donated 2,000 wings per company to the event to help promote their business and hope to be crowned best wings in Wilmington.

Local bands showcase their talents and provide entertainment for local people and those who traveled from near and far for this yearly event.

AS FOR BEER! - last year the policy changed to purchasing beer at the location, no BYOB. This change created a safer environment and limited the amount of alcohol consumption within the event.

On a personal note," Kids nowadays have no breeding and are nothing like kids were a generation ago." That quote makes you the parent of someone who is of this age you complain about. The community can only hope that you are not one to contribute to your very complaint.

Help the community and help the students! MAKE WING FLING HAPPEN THIS YEAR!


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