K Seas offers wings with a Jamaican flair
Meet Your Merchant
Name of Business: K Seas Wing House
Description: A new sports bar specializing in wings. Our menu is traditional American cuisine with Jamaican influence. Spices are imported from Jamaica.
Owners: Kevin Campbell and Van Sea
Address: 910 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs
Phone Number: 970-930-6165
Facebook: kseas winghouse.com
Twitter: kseas winghouse
Date Business Opened: April 16, 2016
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How did your business start?
Kevin and Van previously worked together for six years. Having built a working relationship they decided together that Glenwood Springs was missing something. With Van’s love for wings and Kevin’s love for Jamaica and its spices they decided to open a wing house with a Jamaican spice flare. Our menu ranges from real Jamaican dishes to Jamaican influenced American cuisine. Kevin is also known to be in the DJ booth as DJ Hyper throughout the week.
What do you sell?
Wings, wings and more wings.
Our menu includes a wide range of American cuisine with spices imported directly from Jamaica. Our full service bar includes local taps to Jamaican influenced cocktails.
Why do you like what you do?
We have been in the hospitality business for 20-plus years and truly enjoy catering to the clientele.
What strategy do you use to hire good people?
Personality is a must in this business. Applicants that show a passion for the industry is a huge hiring factor as well.
What is your strategy for growth in the next year?
Good customer service, and consistency.
What is the best thing about running a business here?
The local people and local businesses are very supportive. Tourism is also important to the community in helping businesses succeed.
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