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VOLUME SERVICES NAMED CONCESSIONAIRE IN JACKSONVILLE
Published May 24, 1995
Volume Services has been selected to provide concessions for the Jaguars and all events at the team's new stadium. As part of a three-year deal, Volume Services will manage all food, beverage and merchandise concessions in the stadium. Jaguars President & COO David Seldin said the company "has a strong track record as the industry leader in NFL stadiums." Volume Services is the largest concessions provider to the NFL. Jacksonville's new stadium, in the rebuilt Gator Bowl, is on schedule for completion in mid-August and will seat 73,000 fans. The first game is scheduled for August 18 (Jaguars).