CINCINNATI — Frisch’s Restaurants will celebrate the birthday of founder David Frisch with its third annual Founder’s Day event on Saturday, May 3. In honor of Founder’s Day, Frisch’s will award a free Big Boy platter to any customer who visits Frisch’s Big Boy fully dressed as Big Boy. A free Big Boy sandwich will be awarded for partial Big Boy attire.
“My grandfather loved Big Boy - both the character and the sandwich - and we are excited to celebrate his birthday with this fun Founder’s Day event,” says Craig Maier, president and CEO, Frisch’s Restaurants. “Frisch’s is a family tradition and we invite everyone to join us for a festive day of humor and celebration.”
David Frisch was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on May 3, 1902. In 1939, he opened The Mainliner, the Cincinnati area’s first year-round, drive-in restaurant. Nine years later, the first Frisch’s Big Boy opened on Central Parkway in Cincinnati.
Aside from establishing a tradition of family-friendly dining, Frisch was also deeply committed to local civic and religious causes and maintained a strong commitment to the community. David Frisch is regarded as an industry pioneer, and his legacy remains a driving influence in present-day culture at Frisch’s Restaurants.
Customers are invited to dress up head-to-toe in a Big Boy costume to receive a free Big Boy platter. Customers will receive a free Big Boy sandwich if they wear a partial costume. A printable paper costume is available at www.frischs.com. The offer is only valid for dine-in customers on Saturday, May 3, and will be honored at all Frisch’s Big Boy locations in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
Frisch’s Restaurants is a regional company that operates 96 family dining restaurants under the name “Frisch’s Big Boy” in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Visit www.frischs.com for more information on Frisch’s menu offerings, locations, and career opportunities.