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The New Year brings a new watering hole to Ft. Myers, FL

WingHouse restaurant is known as the go-to place for great food, great beer and not to mention the gorgeous WingHouse Girls. WingHouse is best known for being brilliant at the basics and is owned by National Football League (NFL) alumni, Crawford Ker, who played for the Dallas Cowboys. Now Ft. Myers will have the best place go to watch the best football games, major league sports, pay-per view events and more!

The Ft. Myers WingHouse is located at 4606 South Cleveland Avenue, Ft. Myers, Florida 33907 and customers who are amongst the first 100 to arrive for lunch on January 9th will receive a coupon each month for the duration of 12 months to receive free Boneless Wings. Further, an autograph signing will take place that very evening, from 6 to 8 p.m. with Ed Lee “Too Tall” Jones, Crawford Ker and Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson.

About Ker's WingHouse:
Founded by the National Football League’s (NFL) Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos alumni, Crawford Ker, the first WingHouse opened in Largo, FL in 1994. The WingHouse staff’s dedication and teamwork was a recipe for success. Now, WingHouse has over 23 locations throughout Florida with plans to grow into the rest of the Southeast.

All WingHouse restaurants are open for lunch and dinner and feature full-service bars with a wide selection of liquor cocktails and major domestic, imported, and specialty beers. Signature items include our “Naked” Chicken Wings: skinless drummettes marinated, baked, and tossed in one of our award winning wing sauces, and our Dallas Burger: two juicy 8 oz. BBQ burgers topped with bacon.

WingHouse features state-of-the-art TV packages for all the big games and fights. The authentic sports memorabilia and our fun, friendly, casual environment make WingHouse the ideal place to be a sports fan. Select locations offer WingHouse “Game Zones” complete with arcade style games and pool tables. The main attraction at the WingHouse is our version of “The Girl Next Door”, the World Famous Winghouse Girls. The WingHouse Girls are the foundation of our concept. They serve tables, tend bar, work as hostesses, participate in brand promotions and are our company’s cheerleaders.

The WingHouse Girls are attractive and polite. As ambassadors of our mission to be “brilliant on the basics”, their great service, positive attitudes and pretty smiles encourage guests to make frequent visits and become loyal customers. The WingHouse strives to create quality and memorable experiences for every guest! We are very proud of our history, and are looking forward to our future! For more information, visit

About Ed Lee “Too Tall” Jones:
Ed Lee "Too Tall" Jones is a retired American football player in the NFL who played 15 years for the Dallas Cowboys. He played from 1974–1978 and 1980–1989. In 1979, he attempted a career in professional boxing. The 6'9" Jones received his famous nickname during his first football practice, after a teammate mentioned that his pants didn't fit, because he was “too tall to play football". In 1999, Jones was voted to the 50th Anniversary Senior Bowl All-Time Team.

About Crawford Ker:
Crawford Francis Ker is the founder and president of Ker's WingHouse. Ker is a former American college and professional football player who was a guard in the National Football League for six seasons during the 1980s and early 1990s. Ker played college football for the University of Florida, and thereafter, he played professionally for the Dallas Cowboys and the Denver Broncos of the NFL.

About Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson:
Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League. He played from 1975 through 1980. Henderson was drafted in the first round of the 1975 NFL Draft, as part of the Dallas Cowboys Dirty Dozen draft. He made his mark on special teams during his first two years, becoming a starter at the strongside linebacker position in 1977. Henderson gave himself the nickname "Hollywood" for his flamboyant play and high-visibility lifestyle.

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