Buffalo Wild Wings to offer 3-D viewing in most Central Florida locations

Orlando, Fla.  – Sunshine Restaurant Corp, owner of five Buffalo Wild Wings sports restaurants/bars in Central Florida, has entered into a partnership with California-based Be Media to offer 3-D viewing for its customers. The new program will start with at least 25 live World Cup games beginning with the opening match between South Africa and Mexico, June 11.

Buffalo Wild Wings in Central Florida will be the first restaurants/bars in the country to offer live 3-D sporting events on several of its 45/50 monitors and projector screens. Buffalo Wild Wings will be using XpanD’s industry leading active 3-D glasses, which allow for the most technologically advanced viewing and the most comfort of any glasses. XpandD is the first to release a universal 3-D glasses technology that works on all television systems and has in the past been used only in a theater environment.

“Buffalo Wild Wings has been a leader in providing sports entertainment to our customers and we believe 3-D viewing will be a central component of our guest experience,” says Andrew Gross, CEO/President of Sunshine. “The 3-D viewing is a free service for our guests and this experience is unlike anything available to date in a sports restaurant/bar environment.”

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