New deal on the concessions front to report: Professional Sports Catering (PSC) inked a contract with Manhattan Capital Sports Acquisition to manage concessions at Bowling Green Ballpark for the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Class A: Midwest League).
PSC will manage all aspects of the food operation at Bowling Green Ballpark, including concessions, catering and staffing for every event at the ballpark.
“PSC is very excited to partner with Manhattan Capital Sports in the revitalization of Bowling Green Ballpark” said Tom Dickson, CEO of PSC. “Not only do the Katzoffs represent a premier minor league baseball ownership group, but Bowling Green also embodies a great baseball community. PSC will bring a complete overhaul of the food experience that will match what the transformation the Hot Rods new management brings.”
Known for their unique variety of menu options, PSC plans to revamp the food-service operation with specialty food carts, new options and most importantly, all items cooked fresh in front of fans. Their service-oriented approach has resulted in one of the fastest growing food service providers in sports. PSC’s commitment to its principles, along with commitment to being an exclusively a minor league baseball provider has allowed it to become one of the largest in MiLB.
“I first experienced PSC while attending the Tulsa Drillers’ opening day at their new ballpark,” said Hot Rods general manager and chief operating officer Adam Nuse. “I knew at that moment that PSC was becoming an innovative leader in revolutionizing the ballpark experience through presentation and high-quality menu options. Their commitment matches our efforts in providing a great fan experience at Bowling Green Ballpark this season and beyond.”
For information on Professional Sports Catering visit www.prosportscatering.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Sports Catering, LLC is the only full service food & beverage company that focuses exclusively on Minor League Baseball. Tom Dickson and his partner, Sherrie Myers launched the company in 2005 to serve the needs of minor league baseball teams across the country. The PSC business model focuses on high quality, fresh, cooked-before-your-eyes food and an almost obsessive level of customer service and partnership with its clients. In 2011, PSC announced a joint venture partnership with Mandalay Baseball Properties, who have become active partners in the strategic growth of the company.
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