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2021

Memphis Business Journal
(June 2021)

D’bo’s David Boyd on the allure of the hot wing, franchising, and the next generation

David Boyd, the owner of D’bo’s, defines the allure of the hot wing. “It’s a universal product. It has no race. It has no religion,” he said. “It’s just the perfect protein.” Boyd attended …

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2016

Men’s Journal
(Jan 2016)

15 Best Hot Wings Spots in the U.S.

It takes a hell of a lot to make your wings stand out in a city like Memphis, but D’Bo’s Wings N More makes it look effortless. In 2011, they took home an award at the 10th annual National Buffalo Wing Festival, and whether you get them wet or dry, you’ll instantly understand what all the fuss is about. And what makes this local favorite even better is that it offers a combination sure to delight nearly anyone who enjoys a blend of the savory and the sweet: wings and waffles on the same plate.

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2013

Memphis Business Journal
(May 2013)

D’Bo’s checkers its menu with burgers

D’Bo’s Inc. dba D’Bo’s Wings N More is growing its business with a new “better burger” concept introduced earlier this year. The local restaurant chain has created a gourmet burger concept called the Checkered Cow and is blending it into its four Memphis-area locations.

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2011

Memphis Business Journal
(Sept 2011)

D’Bo’s takes its dry rub to Buffalo, earns top prize at national wing festival

Memphis may be best known for its ribs, but the Bluff City is making some waves in the world of wings. Memphis’ own D’Bo’s Wings n’ More recently went to the mecca of chicken wings, Buffalo, N.Y., and claimed a first-place finish at the 10th annual National Buffalo Wing Festival.

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Memphis Business Journal
(May 2011)

Restaurant chain, years in the making, continues to grow under Boyds’ leadership

Many small businesses are started when people try to make a living at something they enjoy. For the husband and wife team of David and Leticia Boyd, owners of D’Bo’s Inc. dba D’Bo’s Wings N More, that meant chicken wings.

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