How Did the Frisbee Get Its Name?


The name Frisbee came from the Frisbee Pie Company. The Frisbee Pie Company opened its doors in Bridgeport in 1871. The pies were very popular and often sold at the colleges in New England. Students discovered that they could throw the tins to each other after eating the pies, hence the name Frisbee.
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