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BWW at nightBuffalo Wild Wings franchisee owners are speaking up in favor of private equity firm Roark Capital acquiring their publicly traded franchisor (NASDAQ:BWLD) to take it private. Roark Capital's subsidiary Arby's Restaurant Group Inc. agreed to buy Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. for $157 per share. On December 4 independent franchisee association Franchise Business Services, which Buffalo Wild Wings' franchise owners created to represent their interests some 15 years ago, announced that it is endorsing the acquisition.

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