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PSC snares Peoria Chiefs concessions deal

Peoria ChiefsProfessional Sports Catering and the Peoria Chiefs (Low Class A; Midwest League) announced today that Professional Sports Catering, LLC will manage the food and beverage operation at the home of the Chiefs, O’Brien Field.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with the Chiefs,” said Tom Dickson, CEO of PSC. “O’Brien Field is one of the premiere minor league ballparks in the Midwest, and we are honored that Rocky and his team have put their faith in us to deliver a great food and beverage experience to their fans”. 

The Peoria Chiefs will become the fifth Midwest League team to partner with PSC.

“I have been impressed with PSC and what they have done at other venues in the Midwest League and throughout minor league baseball,” said Chiefs President Rocky Vonachen. “They specialize in minor league ballparks and will provide our fans with an enhanced food experience when they visit O’Brien Field, offering a better variety of food items with improved concession stands and specialty carts. Suite level and catering areas will also see improvements.”

PSC will manage all aspects of the food operation, including catering and staffing for Chiefs games, as well as non-game day events. They will work closely with Chiefs’ management to develop and serve a selection of both local and traditional food options. 

Professional Sports Catering, LLC, a full service food and beverage company, was launched in 2005 by Dickson and his partner, Sherrie Myers. Dickson and Myers, the successful owners of minor league baseball teams including the Lansing Lugnuts and Montgomery Biscuits, started PSC 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. With the addition of the Chiefs, PSC now manages the food and beverage operations for eight minor league baseball teams, and is poised for significant future growth.

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