In this July 12, 2012 photo, Brian Seifried, owner of the Wing Shack, flips wings in the air to coat them in sauce at one of his restaurants in Greeley, Colo. Seifried was just 20 when

 

              In this July 12, 2012 photo, Brian Seifried, owner of the Wing Shack, flips wings in the air to coat them in sauce at one of his restaurants in Greeley, Colo. Seifried was just 20 when
In this July 12, 2012 photo, Brian Seifried, owner of the Wing Shack, flips wings in the air to coat them in sauce at one of his restaurants in Greeley, Colo. Seifried was just 20 when he opened a hole-in-the wall chicken wing shack eight years ago in Greeley. He expanded during the recession and in June 2012, opened his fourth place in a 30-mile range. "There were times when I was self-conscious talking to neighbors and fellow business owners," he says. "I kind of played down our success just not to come across as bragging." Politically, Seifried says he agrees with the president's position that the top 1 percent should contribute more taxes, but "I don’t feel the federal government is efficient with the money that they do bring in. ... I'm only 28. In consider myself socially liberal …, but I don’t think Democrat or Republican is the answer." (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)