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Curler rink coming to downtown Cincinnati this month – WLWT Cincinnati

A new mobile roller rink is coming to downtown Cincinnati this month.The rink is movable so it will be able to go to a variety of locations within Cincinnati’s city limits.The rink will have nearly 10,000 square feet of floor space and include 150 pairs of outdoor roller skates available for rent.The rink is being created through a partnership with 3CDC and Frisch’s.Frisch’s said roller skating rose to popularity in the 1930s-1950s at the same time that the first Frisch’s restaurant was also opening and rising in popularity.They wanted to celebrate their 75 years of business by partnering with 3CDC on bringing a roller rink to the community was a perfect fit for Frisch’s celebratory year.”Frisch’s has brought cheerful experiences to guests for 75 years and we will continue to do just that as we celebrate our 75th birthday,” Jordin Nabi, Frisch’s VP of Marketing said in a statement. “We are excited to partner with 3CDC to bring back the magic of roller skating and say thank you to our loyal guests.”Outdoor roller skates will be available for rent for $5, and the price of admission will be $2. Patrons can also bring their own skates.The Frisch’s Roller Rink will open for the first time on Memorial Day Weekend on the newly renovated Court Street Plaza. Details on Memorial Day Weekend events including times, entertainment and more will be shared on the Court Street Plaza Facebook Page.”It’s partnerships like these that make programming across the urban core possible,” Christy Samad, Senior Vice President of Event Management for 3CDC, said. “We’re grateful to Frisch’s for their support of the Roller Rink and are eager to bring this activity to the community.”Updates will be announced in the coming weeks. More information can be found here.

A new mobile roller rink is coming to downtown Cincinnati this month.

The rink is movable so it will be able to go to a variety of locations within Cincinnati’s city limits.

The rink will have nearly 10,000 square feet of floor space and include 150 pairs of outdoor roller skates available for rent.

The rink is being created through a partnership with 3CDC and Frisch’s.

Frisch’s said roller skating rose to popularity in the 1930s-1950s at the same time that the first Frisch’s restaurant was also opening and rising in popularity.

They wanted to celebrate their 75 years of business by partnering with 3CDC on bringing a roller rink to the community was a perfect fit for Frisch’s celebratory year.

“Frisch’s has brought cheerful experiences to guests for 75 years and we will continue to do just that as we celebrate our 75th birthday,” Jordin Nabi, Frisch’s VP of Marketing said in a statement. “We are excited to partner with 3CDC to bring back the magic of roller skating and say thank you to our loyal guests.”

Outdoor roller skates will be available for rent for $5, and the price of admission will be $2. Patrons can also bring their own skates.

The Frisch’s Roller Rink will open for the first time on Memorial Day Weekend on the newly renovated Court Street Plaza. Details on Memorial Day Weekend events including times, entertainment and more will be shared on the Court Street Plaza Facebook Page.

“It’s partnerships like these that make programming across the urban core possible,” Christy Samad, Senior Vice President of Event Management for 3CDC, said. “We’re grateful to Frisch’s for their support of the Roller Rink and are eager to bring this activity to the community.”

Updates will be announced in the coming weeks. More information can be found here.

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