OGDEN EXPANDS AMPHITHEATER CLIENT BASE WITH FIVE NEW CONTRACTS.
Ogden was awarded a 20-year contract to provide parking and food and beverage services at the Cellar Door Amphitheater under construction in Prince William County near Manassas, Virginia. This outdoor concert facility, scheduled to open in the spring of 1995, will provide a range of events, from rock concerts to family-oriented shows, serving the metro Washington, D.C. area. Being built by the largest concert promoter in the country, this new facility will have a seating capacity of 25,000.
Ogden has also secured exclusive food and beverage contracts with both the Connecticut Center for the Performing Arts, being built in Hartford, and the Blockbuster Sony Music Entertainment Center at the Waterfront, being built in Camden, New Jersey. The contracts are for terms of 15 years and 10 years, respectively. Expected to open in the summer of 1995, both facilities are all-season amphitheaters providing seating for approximately 30,000 patrons. In the summer, the facilities will function as traditional amphitheaters with covered and lawn seating. During the winter, moving walls will allow the amphitheaters to be converted to indoor theaters.
Additionally, Ogden has secured 10-year food and beverage contracts with both the 25,000-seat Mega Star Amphitheater in Eufaula, Oklahoma, scheduled to open in the spring of 1995, and the 13,000-seat Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Woodlands, Texas.
"These new contracts are of significance to Ogden in that we are continuing to build a strong client base in the expanding amphitheater market", said R. Richard Ablon, President and Chief Executive Officer. "Ogden currently provides services at 23 amphitheaters throughout the United States and one in Mexico".
Ogden Entertainment Services provides facility management, food and beverage and related support services to major sports stadiums, arenas, concert halls, amphitheaters, and parks. Clients include the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim, the Great Western Forum in Los Angeles, the Target Center in Minneapolis, Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, and General Motors Place in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Ogden is also a leading global provider of support services to airports and airlines and energy and environmental agencies, and is the industry leader in the design, construction and operation of waste-to-energy facilities. Common stock of Ogden (OG) is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
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