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DISNEY LOOKS TO HOST 1-AA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Published March 17, 1995
Members of the Disney World Sports Division met with members of the Division I-AA Football Committee last month to discuss bringing the I-AA championship game to the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. Disney World Dir of Sports Mike Millay: "We're interested in this event and all NCAA events" (ORLANDO SENTINEL, 3/17)....Disney also announced that ARAMARK will be the food service manager for its 38,000 employees at the Walt Disney Resort in Orlando (ARAMARK).