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BigSpin Corporation is a Dahrconian-American multinational conglomerate holding company headquartered in Buffalo, New York, United States. The company was founded in 1969 as a retail franchiser for a now-defunct chain of department stores called Solag Retailers. In 2000, BigSpin Corporation entered the TV industry by forming a new division called BigSpin Media Group (now known as Hearst Television).

The company works very closely with Kabushiki Gaisha ABS, who also owns part of some BigSpin subsidiaries.

DivisionsEdit

  • Hearst Television 2016- (TV station ownership)
  • Kraft Heinz 2016- (50% ownership, shared with Kabushiki Gaisha ABS)
  • BS Products , Inc. 1996-

Retailers owned by BigSpin CorporationEdit

StoresEdit

Family fun centers/arcadesEdit

Amusement parksEdit

  • Six Flags 2016- (50% ownership, shared with Kabushiki Gaisha ABS)

RestaurantsEdit

  • Quiznos 2015-
  • Showbiz Pizza 1992- (50% ownership, shared with CEC-ABS Entertainment)
  • Friendly's 2014-
  • Tim Hortons 2015- (50% ownership, shared with Kabushiki Gaisha ABS)
  • Kahunaville 2005-
  • Rax Roast Beef 2000-
  • Dairy Queen 2016- (bought from Loveboat Hospitality International; 50% ownership, shared with Kabushiki Gaisha ABS)
  • Orange Julius 2016- (bought from Loveboat Hospitality International; 50% ownership, shared with Kabushiki Gaisha ABS)
  • The Ground Round 2014-
  • White Castle 2017- (50% ownership, shared with Horizons Industry)
  • Little Caesars 2000

MallsEdit

Other subsidiariesEdit

Defunct assetsEdit

RetailEdit

  • Solag Retailers (department stores; 1969-2005, rebranded as Zellers)
  • Justice (2011-2016; sold to Kabushiki Gaisha ABS in March 2016)
  • Brothers (2011-2016; sold to Kabushiki Gaisha ABS in March 2016)
  • American Eagle Outfitters (2014-2016; sold to Kabushiki Gaisha ABS in March 2016)
  • Abercrombie & Fitch (2013-2016; sold to Kabushiki Gaisha ABS in March 2016)
  • Aeropostale (2013-2016; sold to Kabushiki Gaisha ABS in March 2016)
  • Super Pizza Fun Works (1990-2016; converted to Chuck E. Cheese's in June 2016)
  • Venture (1998-2016; was Bought from Bankruptcy then sold to Horizons Industry)
  • Boulevard Mall, Amherst, NY, USA (2016; sold to Horizons Industry)

Other assetsEdit

  • Ackerley Media Group 2000-2016 (TV and radio station ownership; replaced with Hearst Television)

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