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(5) Colorful Old Hilltop Steak House Restaurant Advertising Pin Back Buttons
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The picture shows a view of all (5) Colorful Old Hilltop Steak House Restaurant Advertising Pin Back Buttons in this lot. These pinback buttons are not dated but they are old. They are souvenirs from the landmark steak house restaurant in Saugus, Massachusetts. They have the famous cactus sign and they also advertise for Coca-Cola as well. They are imprinted in color on tin and are marked as follows:

I LOVE (heart)
HILLTOP STEAK HOUSE
FRANK GIUFFRIDA
ENJOY COCA-COLA ®

The pin back buttons each measures 1-15/16'' wide. They appears to be in near mint to mint condition as pictured. Below here, for reference, is some historic information on the Hilltop Steak House from their website:

History

''In 1961 Frank Giuffrida bought a club in Saugus that he converted into a western style steakhouse. Over the years Frank became known as the ''king of the Hill'' serving over three million customers annually. Now over 50 million meals later The Hilltop is still known today for it's generous portions at a great value winning numerous awards.''

''In October 1994, Dick Monfort of High Country Investor, Inc. acquired the assets of the Hilltop in Saugus. Mr. Monfort's family business ''MONFORT BEEF''  supplied the Hilltop its beef needs for over 40 years until the his family business was sold to the large food conglomerate ''CONAGRA''. Mr. Monfort is still active in the beef industry with feeding lots of over 100,000 cattle as well as being on the board of directors of other major food companies.''

''Since being purchased by High Country Investor, Hilltop continues to be recognized as one of the leading independent restaurants in the Northeast winning such awards as #1 Steakhouse (City search 2003), #2 Independent Restaurant in the country (Restaurant & Institutions Magazine 2002) and many more. In 1996 Hilltop expanded its business to include five large function rooms for all types of family events and business meetings as well as elegant weddings.''

''The year 2008 brought more recognition when Hilltop was featured on the New England TV program ''Chronicle'' and the ''Travel Channel'' as one the three top Steak Houses in the country. Recognized for its value the Hilltop continues to enjoy new diners from all over the world.''

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(5) Colorful Old Hilltop Steak House Restaurant Advertising Pin Back Buttons


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