It's a foodie celebration!
For its one-year anniversary, this eatery hosts a fun day for the whole family later this month.
03 December 2018 | Business
Ujama Mushimba (aka Chief Winger) is the woman who took a chance and made Wing It the sucess it is today. The model is the first ever Namibian franchise restaurant, which is scheduled to expand beyond the borders of Namibia next year.
To celebrate, Wing It hosts the first ever Namibia Wings Fest mid-December, themed “Dreams Come True”. As the title suggests, they are celebrating the manifestation of hard work and dreaming big.
The festival will be a great day out for the whole family. Highlights include a food-truck serving flavour bombs, music and loads of entertainment and waterslides for the youngsters.
The festival takes place on 15 December at the TransNamib sports grounds in Pionierspark.
“All this wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for the Namibian people, who believed in us and have supported us since we opened our doors last year. This is a celebration for all Namibians and our way of saying thank you and here's to many more years of Winging It!” Mushimba said.
All proceeds of the event are in support of charity.
Tickets are available via Events Today, at Airtime City Kiosks and at Wing It Diner.
For more info, contact 061 300 487.