Alan Stillman TGIFriday's FounderHollis Johnson/Business Insider

TGI Fridays wasn’t founded as the sit-down, family-centric chain it is today, but instead as one of the first bars where singles could mingle in the midst of the sexual revolution. 
“My business plan was to meet a lot of women,” founder Alan Stillman said in Business Insider’s new podcast “Household Name.” “It’s a hell of a business plan, I’ll tell you that.”
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When TGI Fridays’ founder created the chain, he had just one thing on his mind: women.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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