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Sports hospitality is fit for foodies as events grow more creative with what they serve and who is in the kitchen. More events and sports properties are calling on celebrity chefs and carving out food festivals to provide a better experience and cater to guests with culinary cravings. We’ll look at some of the concepts that have been successful and break down the ingredients that make them work. What is driving this fresh approach to hospitality and what will show up on the menu next?
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