Professional Sports Catering is adding a new team to the company’s lineup of customers, as the firm will manage the food and beverage operation at the new home of the Laredo Lemurs (independent; American Association).
“We are pleased to partner with the Lemurs,” said Tom Dickson, CEO of PSC. “The new Laredo ballpark is going to be a great addition to the community and we are excited to provide the fans with high-quality food and outstanding customer service.”
Scheduled to open in May 2012, the ballpark will have a capacity of 6,000 seats including 10- luxury suites, two terraced picnic areas, outfield grass berms and a 9,000 square foot Kids Zone. Concession stands will be constructed into baseline courtyards outside of traditional concourse circulation. This arrangement will allow fans to watch the game while standing in line. Specialty food carts will also bring variety to the concourse with entrées cooked fresh in front of the fans.
“We are very excited to partner with Professional Sports Catering,” said Mark Schuster, CEO of Laredo Professional Baseball. “PSC will offer a first-class food and beverage experience featuring local and regional cuisine as well as ballpark favorites.”
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. With the addition of the Lemurs, PSC now manages the food and beverage operations for thirteen minor league baseball teams, and is poised for significant future growth.
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