A group of sign carrying protestors let Central Social Hall know how passionate people are about their wings. When the gastropub first introduced free wings with the purchase of a drink for its Friday happy hour, the intention was to keep it for a month. Then it was extended to two months. Then three. The Friday happy hour crowd loved the free wings so much, Central Social Hall decided to keep the deal indefinitely. Instead of a traditional promotion for the indefinite free wings on Fridays, we organized a protest to “coerce” the indefinite wing decision. With the help of some creative sign painters and some of Edmonton’s finest actors, we staged a demonstration outside of the downtown Edmonton location, right on the corner of two of the busiest roads in the city’s core. As far as we can tell, free wings for Friday happy hour isn’t ending any time soon.