WASHINGTON - The founder and owner of Z-Burger Restaurants is devoting an entire window of his Tenleytown restaurant to Hillary Clinton.
Peter Tabibian, the owner, says he left Iran to avoid persecution for their religion. Tabibian says his personal experience in the United States – building a regional restaurant chain in a highly competitive industry – shows how the nation offers “the finest opportunities for individual success through hard work and determination.”
An entire window of the Tenleytown Z-Burger location has a painting of Clinton titled “Victory is Liberty,”
which was commissioned by artist Peter Galifianakis. Tabibian believes that Clinton represents the hope and values that are the foundation of this great country.
“I wanted to make a political statement that Z-Burger has commissioned Peter Galifianakis to make this beautiful painting. I have my business at risk because I believe that as an immigrant that Hillary Clinton is going to be good for the United States,” Tabibian told FOX 5.
Tabibian hopes that the art will inspire everyone to vote responsibly and to remember that the victory is for our foundation of liberty.
The Galifianakis painting is available for viewing at the Tenleytown Z-Burger.