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Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority renews Global Spectrum, Ovations Food Services contracts

Monday, July 15, 2013 4:02 PM
Last updated 7:13 PM
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Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority renewed its contract with management company Global Spectrum and in-house catering and concession company Ovations Food Services.

The contracts were extended five years, according to a news release. The companies have been servicing Augusta Entertainment Complex, which includes James Brown Arena and the William B. Bell Auditorium, since 2008.

Coliseum Authority Chairman Cedric Johnson said in a statement the authority was pleased with the companies work during their first five years.

“They not only have brought in great entertainment, but they are involved in the community, which is something very important to the Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority,” Johnson said.

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storiesihaveread
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storiesihaveread 07/15/13 - 04:51 pm
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Yippee

!!

itsanotherday1
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itsanotherday1 07/15/13 - 05:07 pm
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Global Spectrum has done a

Global Spectrum has done a pretty good job with attracting some shows; but I can't say much good about concessions though; quality, quantity, or pricing.

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Shortcomment 07/15/13 - 06:04 pm
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They must hande the local movie theater concessions

given both locations prices and watered down drinks are about the same, Outrageous.

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