Super wings

By: Matt2121
10/23/2019 10:48 PM

I have been trying to find some information about Super Wings. I can find no information about there company corporate office location or telephone info on the internet. They seem to be secretive about ownership. Does anybody know anything about organization? M

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By: jfalba
10/24/2019 4:40 AM

I know the Super Wings website just lists products and my daughter was disappointed because she wanted to order another travel mug that her dog destroyed.

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By: xobx
10/24/2019 6:38 AM

L & L Wings, Inc, is the owner and operator of Wings Beachwear stores across the nation's coastline. Known for its exceptional merchandise at great prices, the first Wings Beachwear store opened its doors in 1978 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Our mission is to make vacations more enjoyable and memorable. In addition to supplying All You Need To Reach The Beach™ you can always count on a clean and family-friendly shopping experience.

The company is currently expanding to new beaches and locations across the country. We are seeking sales associates and managers at our stores and please stop in and introduce yourself to one of our team members.

WebsiteClick to follow link...
Company size 201-500 employees
42 on LinkedIn
Includes members with current employer listed as L & L Wings, Inc, including part-time roles.
Headquarters New York, New York
Type Privately Held
Founded 1978
Specialties Retail Store, Clothes & Apparel, Beachwear, Souvenirs, Swimwear, and Customer Service

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By: Pickle
10/24/2019 7:10 AM

Come get your STUFF, the store wide 50% off Sale started several weeks ago. Legitimate Sale. That Corporate Data sounds interesting, but is somewhat inconsistent with most "Locals" information, unless our stores are a Franchise. The poop is that all our local stores are owned by one "semi local" person who has an office in Nags Head. Have to investigate! Tim should know, how about it Tim?

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By: NCSU Dad
10/24/2019 7:45 AM

I was told their office is across from TW's Bait & Tackle in Nags Head. I think the sign says Beach Mart Inc. I could be wrong.

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By: hoi toide
10/24/2019 8:17 AM

Israel Golasa is the local owner.

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By: Pickle
10/24/2019 12:40 PM

Yes, that's his name Israel and yes across from TWs. How does that match up to that New York corp.

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By: hoi toide
10/24/2019 12:43 PM

Yes, that's his name Israel and yes across from TWs. How does that match up to that New York corp.

Pickle


Israel’s family lived/lives in Brooklyn. I was told back in the early 90s it was for his kids schools and synagogue.

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By: rpemers
10/24/2019 12:44 PM

Wings, ugh. I always avert my eyes when I pass that 3 story yellow and red monstrosity in Avon. Nothing says "welcome to Hatteras island" like a Super Wings. Sad smiley

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By: KHbiker
10/24/2019 12:52 PM

The Wings stores in Myrtle Beach and Super Wings here are different companies. The head quarters of the local co is Beach Mart in NH on the East side of the Bypass.

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By: Tim-OBX
10/24/2019 6:01 PM

Here is his corporate office - across from the bowling alley - that he also owns. Lives on Bay Dr. Hoi has the name. I G Holdings, Llc is one of his company names.



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By: Banks68
10/24/2019 6:26 PM

I think that building was a real estate business back in May of 1979. My husband and I rented a house from them for our honeymoon. We drove down from Jersey after our wedding and didn’t arrive on the Banks until 2:00 in the morning. They taped the house key on the door for us smiley
Not much around back then - let alone open at that hour - but the 7 Eleven in Whalebone was open (!) and we stopped for a bag of pretzels and some ice cream on our way to the house around mp 18.5 (I think).
No Wings then. Why do those stores have to be so ugly??

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By: dawiggs
10/24/2019 7:54 PM

I think that building was a real estate business back in May of 1979. My husband and I rented a house from them for our honeymoon. We drove down from Jersey after our wedding and didn’t arrive on the Banks until 2:00 in the morning. They taped the house key on the door for us smiley
Not much around back then - let alone open at that hour - but the 7 Eleven in Whalebone was open (!) and we stopped for a bag of pretzels and some ice cream on our way to the house around mp 18.5 (I think).
No Wings then. Why do those stores have to be so ugly??

Banks68


Yes , Not to get off topic> However, I think that building pictured across from Tw's was the original Sun Realty ...

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By: Banks68
10/24/2019 9:35 PM

Thanks, dawiggs
A little piece of personal trivia that I’m glad to know!

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By: Tim-OBX
10/25/2019 10:55 AM

I think that building was a real estate business back in May of 1979. My husband and I rented a house from them for our honeymoon. We drove down from Jersey after our wedding and didn’t arrive on the Banks until 2:00 in the morning. They taped the house key on the door for us smiley
Not much around back then - let alone open at that hour - but the 7 Eleven in Whalebone was open (!) and we stopped for a bag of pretzels and some ice cream on our way to the house around mp 18.5 (I think).
No Wings then. Why do those stores have to be so ugly??

Banks68


That building had Outer Banks Ltd, not Sun, and they did rent homes. Our house was with them when we built it in 1991. They sold out in 2000 and the owner went to Florida. It was a nice real estate company.

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By: Banks68
10/25/2019 11:38 AM

Hey thanks, Tim.
That jogged my memory and that’s the company I remember now.
My husband also reminded me that we passed a “chain gang” working on Old Oregon Inlet Rd as we were looking for our house. That kind of rattled him lol.

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