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ARAMARK SIGNS ON AS FOOD SERVICE MANAGER FOR '96 GAMES
Published March 2, 1995
ACOG announced that it had reached a supplier agreement with ARAMARK as food service manager for the '96 Summer Games. ARAMARK will manage food service systems for the Olympic Village and provide concessions operations at Olympic Stadium and other venues serving the general public at the Games in Atlanta. This will be the ninth Olympic Games served by ARAMARK, and they recently did the food service at the '94 Lillehammer Games in Norway. ARAMARK Chair Joseph Neubauer: "This is a big complex job. But we specialize in big, complex, jobs" (ACOG).