WingHouse Donates $5,000 to Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch

WingHouse presented a $5,000 check to Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch on February 5, 2019.

The funds were raised this past December, during the “Bottles That Build” campaign. Bottles That Build is a fundraising initiative designed to help raise money for the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch Organization.

Promotion Details: For every 12 oz bottle of WingHouse sauce purchased November 23 – December 31, 2018, a portion of proceeds will go towards the “Bottles that Build” program to help benefit the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch Organization.





About Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch

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The Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch Was Founded In 2013 By Mike Delancey, a local St. Petersburg resident who himself was critically injured in a sniper attack during military combat in Iraq and has confronted his own life-changing injuries.

The Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch will be built to inspire veterans of all conflicts to get OUT and ACTIVE.  The Ranch and Park will offer activities for all Military Veterans in need of a supportive and healing environment, to give them a new sense of hope, resilience, and strength as they move forward in their journey.

The Park will be a purpose-built facility for Wounded Warriors, Veterans, and their caregivers to enjoy a variety of recreational activities. Fully ADA accessible and furnished with specialist fitness equipment to build strength in body and mind it will be a place to relax and enjoy. The Ranch also plans to offer fishing trips, kayaking, sailing and accessible transport to sporting activities, airports and Tampa Bay area attractions.

A social outdoor space will be a key element of the Park, giving the Veterans, their families, and caregivers an opportunity to reconnect and share experiences while also gaining strength, empowerment, and tools to help their recovery and healing. The Ranch will be designed to support both the physical and emotional needs of Warriors with fitness and sports at its core.

To learn more about Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch, please visit


WingHouse Bar & Grill® first opened its doors over 20 years ago in Largo, Florida, where the concept to blend the spirit and camaraderie of sports with the casual atmosphere of a full-service restaurant was brought to life by NFL alum, Crawford Ker. Today, WingHouse has grown to 24 locations that span across the state of Florida and entertains a loyal fan-base which embodies the spirit of Good Food. Beautifully Served.