LSU to revamp concession stands at all athletic venues
BATON ROUGE - Fans can expect a new experience at concession stands during future LSU sporting events.
According to the LSU Athletics Department, the school has partnered with Aramark to provide food and beverage services at all athletic facilities on campus. Athletic Director Joe Alleva said the new partnership will mean more efficient service and greater menu options with more local flare.
“This is Louisiana, food is a very important part of our culture,” Alleva said. “We want to better meet the needs and desires of our fans and we are confident this partnership helps us to do that."
Alleva added that fans can expect to see immediate improvements this fall semester.
Initial points of emphasis will focus on increasing speed of service, upgrading basic cooking equipment and integrating new point-of-sale technology. Over the course of the partnership, LSU says it will work with Aramark to renovate existing concessions stands, design more accessible destinations, and offer greater menu variety.
Aramark provides food and beverage service to more than 15 NCAA Division I athletic programs as well as 10 NFL, eight MLB, seven NHL and five NBA franchises. It will manage all aspects of concessions for LSU’s eight campus venues, including Tiger Stadium, the Pete Maravich Center, Alex Box Stadium and Bernie Moore Track and Field Stadium.
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