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VOLUME SERVICES HAS GOOD YEAR, BUT COULD BE "FOR SALE"
Published May 18, 1995
Concessionaire Volume Services has doubled its "once-flat business and won a desirable array of high-profile, long-term clients," according to the current issue of AGENT & FACILITIES magazine. Volume services "boasts the highest client retention and contract extension rates in the industry," has become the largest provider of food and merchandise to the NFL, and has "broken new ground in its aggressive expansion" into minor league parks. Although Volume Services "would not comment specifically about its possible sale, some in the industry believe the company "may be conducting its own behind-the-scenes effort to find a suitable buyer" (AGENT & FACILITIES, 5/95 issue).