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North Dakota Man Airdrops Subway Sandwich From Tiny Plane for Hungry Friend

North Dakota Man Airdrops Subway Sandwich From Tiny Plane for Hungry Friend

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Who needs GrubHub when your friend has a plane?

Nathan Howatt was flying back from a dentist’s appointment in Devils Lake, North Dakota, when he decided to airdrop his buddy a care-package: a sandwich from Subway with melted pepper-jack cheese, ranch and, banana peppers.

Mitchell Wirth, who was on the receiving end of the exchange, videotaped the delivery on Snapchat, documenting what the drop looked like from a ground view. He captioned the video, “Thanks buddy nice shot.” The sandwich fell to safety and Howatt says it was even still warm when Wirth got it.

Howatt posted the whole adventure to his Facebook, where it’s been viewed nearly 11,000 times. Subway even reposted the video on its own Facebook page, writing, “Friend level: Expert.”

While Wirth’s sub undoubtedly has our stomachs growling, the most exciting thing about it is the airborne delivery. For a different sort of sandwich adventure, check out these 20 life-changing sandwiches you’ve never heard of.


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


Big Boy Restaurants

Big Boy Restaurant Group, LLC is an American restaurant chain headquartered in Warren, Michigan, in Metro Detroit. [7] Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees.

  • Michigan (66 stores)
  • California (5 stores)
  • Ohio (2 stores)
  • North Dakota (1 store)
  • Big Boy hamburger
  • Brawny Lad sandwich
  • Hot Fudge Cake
  • Slim Jim sandwich

Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California. [8] : 11 The restaurants became known as "Bob's", "Bob's Drive-Ins", [9] [10] [note 1] "Bob's, Home of the Big Boy Hamburger", [10] and (commonly as) Bob's Big Boy. It became a local chain under that name and nationally under the Big Boy name, franchised by Robert C. Wian Enterprises. Marriott Corporation bought Big Boy in 1967. One of the larger franchise operators, Elias Brothers, purchased the chain from Marriott in 1987, moved the headquarters of the company to Warren, Michigan, and operated it until bankruptcy was declared in 2000. During the bankruptcy, the chain was sold to investor Robert Liggett, Jr., who took over as Chairman, renamed the company Big Boy Restaurants International and maintained the headquarters in Warren. In 2018, Big Boy was sold to a group of Michigan investors and renamed Big Boy Restaurant Group. [6] [2] The company is the operator or franchisor for 74 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Immediately after Liggett's purchase, Big Boy Restaurants International—then known as Liggett Restaurant Enterprises—negotiated an agreement with the other large franchise operator, Frisch's Restaurants. The Big Boy trademarks in Kentucky, Indiana, and most of Ohio and Tennessee transferred to Frisch's ownership all other Frisch's territories transferred to Liggett. [17] [18] [note 2] Thus Frisch's is no longer a franchisee, but Big Boy Restaurant Group and Frisch's are now independent co-registrants of the Big Boy name and trademark. [19] Frisch's operates or franchises 121 Big Boy restaurants in the United States. [20] [21]

Big Boy Japan operates 274 restaurants in Japan, also independent of Big Boy Restaurant Group. [2] [3] [22]


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