Town Announce New Concourse Catering Provider
Friday, 14th Aug 2015 16:47
Town have announced that US catering company Centerplate will be providing food and beverages at Portman Road’s concourse kiosks from Saturday’s opening home match against Sheffield Wednesday.
Centerplate, whose UK arm has been based in Staffordshire for more than 40 years, already work with a number of other clubs including Spurs, Celtic, Derby and Wednesday, as well as Essex CCC and other entertainment venues.
“We have been discussing our concourse matchday catering over recent months and feel this is the right move for us to make,” Town MD Ian Milne told the club site.
“Centerplate have a proven track record at delivering an effective service at sports and entertainment venues in the US and in the UK and we are sure our supporters will see the benefit of this partnership through the season.”
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