- Popeyes is selling a box of chicken that is 6 feet and 10 inches long to celebrate the likely No. 1 NBA draft pick Zion Williamson.
- “There’s been a lot of speculation and buzz around New Orleans and their likelihood to bring home a big name, with a wingspan of 6 feet and 10 inches, as their No. 1 draft pick,” Popeyes said in a statement.
- The massive box of wings, biscuits, and fries will be available at a Popeyes location in New Orleans on Thursday for $US74.69.
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Popeyes is celebrating the NBA draft with a box of chicken fit for a basketball star.
On Wednesday, the chicken chain announced it would be launching the Wingspan Box on Thursday to celebrate the NBA draft. For one day – June 20 – at a single location on Canal Street in New Orleans, Popeyes will sell a box of chicken that is almost 7 feet long.
“There’s been a lot of speculation and buzz around New Orleans and their likelihood to bring home a big name, with a wingspan of 6 feet and 10 inches, as their No. 1 draft pick,” Popeyes said in a statement.
The 18-year-old Zion Williamson is almost universally presumed to be the New Orleans Pelicans’ No. 1 draft pick. The 6-foot-7 athlete has an arm span of 6 feet and 10 inches.
The Popeyes box will contain 77 boneless wings, 11 biscuits, and 11 servings of fries. The New Orleans location will be selling the boxes for $US74.69 while supplies last.
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