FRISCH’S BIG BOY TO HOST KIDS COLORING CONTEST TO CELEBRATE CINCINNATI BELL CONNECTOR’S SECOND BIRTHDAY

Partnership with Frisch’s and DCI to help mark streetcar milestone.

In celebration of the Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar’s second year of service on Sept. 9, Frisch’s Big Boy, in partnership with Downtown Cincinnati Inc., is hosting a special coloring contest for kids.

All local Frisch’s restaurants will have special coloring sheets featuring the streetcar and the beloved “Big Boy” beginning Aug. 1 through Aug. 21. Kids 12 and under are invited to show off their best coloring skills for a chance to have their artwork displayed in the Children’s Library at the Main Library in Downtown Cincinnati and a shot at awesome prizes from Broadway in Cincinnati, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati Cyclones, Cincinnati Reds, Frisch’s and the Cincinnati Bell Connector.

The Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar’s birthday celebration will take place on Sunday, Sept. 9 from 12-5 p.m. with performances, discounts and surprises along the route.


About The Cincinnati Bell Connector
The Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar is intended to expand transportation options and enhance livability by connecting downtown, the riverfront and Over-the-Rhine. It is owned and funded by the City of Cincinnati, managed by the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, and operated by Transdev.

About Frisch’s Big Boy
Founded in 1939, Frisch’s Big Boy restaurants are located in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. NRD Capital, a private equity firm based in Atlanta, Georgia, acquired the company in August 2015. Frisch’s operates 96 Big Boy restaurants and franchises another 25 restaurants to independent operators.

About Downtown Cincinnati Inc.
Downtown Cincinnati Inc. (DCI) is a non-profit business organization with a mission to build a dynamic metropolitan center valued as the heart of the region. The organization was incorporated in 1994 and is funded by a Special Improvement District that includes all property within the boundaries of Eggleston Avenue on the East, Central Parkway on the north, Central Avenue on the west (Including the Centennial buildings), and the river on the south (excluding the two stadiums).
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