With spring training games beginning next week, we’ll have a fresh look at Goodyear Ballpark, where Professional Sports Catering (PSC) has signed a deal with the City of Goodyear to manage all aspects of the food service at the spring-training home of the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds, including the entire Cactus League season and any event taking place on the grounds.
“From the moment we met the executive management team at Goodyear Ballpark we knew we wanted to become partners,” said Tom Dickson, CEO of PSC. “There staff is energetic and passionate about delivering a great experience to all fans whether they are local residents or visiting from Ohio. We look forward to making significant changes around the ballpark to help make Goodyear Ballpark a top attraction in the Cactus League!”
Over the past nine years, PSC has experienced tremendous growth throughout minor league baseball. As a partner of 25 across the country, PSC’s commitment to live cooking and ‘POSITIVELY OUTRAGEOUS’ guest service has allowed it to become the largest in minor league baseball. This approach is taking hold in spring training venues now too.
“We have found that the same approach that has been so successful in minor league baseball translate very well to the spring training environment,” said Dickson. “We are excited that the Goodyear staff feels the same way.”
“We are excited about this partnership with PSC and the creativity they bring to food service,” said Bruce Kessman, General Manager of Goodyear Ballpark “With the re-branding of the concession stands and the new food options available this season, I’m sure our fans will be pleased as well.”
The Cactus League season begins Tuesday March 1. Tickets are now on sale for all Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds games. For a complete game schedule, ticket purchase information, stadium policies, promotions and general information, please visit goodyearbp.com or call the box office information line at 623/882-3130.
Professional Sports Catering, LLC is the only full service food & beverage company that focuses exclusively on Minor League and Spring Training Baseball. Tom Dickson launched the company in 2006 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. Since its inception, PSC has become one of the fastest growing foodservice providers in sports. In 2014, PSC announced a joint venture partnership with Levy Restaurants, who have become active partners in the growth and vision of the company. For information on Professional Sports Catering visit prosportscatering.com or contact email@example.com.