Chase Center and Levy/Bon Appétit
A Program to Benefit and Provide Exposure to Local Businesses and Farmers in the Bay Area
As part of the food program at Chase Center, the Warriors, Bon Appétit and Levy have launched Taste Makers, a program that directly benefits Bay Area businesses through networking and educational programs. Taste Makers is an opportunity for the business community at large to directly connect with Bon Appétit/Levy and promote their business case and products. It creates a two way street of community engagement in the Bay Area.
Bringing 5 Iconic Bay Area Restaurants to the Chase Center
Featuring Bakesale Betty, Tacolicious, Sam’s Chowder House, Hot Dog Bill's Burger Dog, and Big Nate’s BBQ
As part of the food and beverage story – Bon Appétit/Levy revived some iconic local brands to much fanfare, bringing that oldie but goodie vibe to the arena. Mixed in with new staples and a locally sourced platform, the food and beverage story speaks to the Bay Area’s heritage and future.
SunTrust Park and Delaware North
Braves Get Custom-Shaped Fan Favorites
Delaware North and SunTrust Park teamed up to create specialty shaped foods, which were hits on their lineup. It included “A” shaped pretzels and Tomahawk shaped ice cream treats from a local craft creamery.
Ice-Cold Cup Holders
Cold beer, all game long. In a first-of-its-kind installation, MillerCoors installed drink rails at the Coors Light Chop House in the new 41,500-seat SunTrust Park in Atlanta. The rails have cup holders that will keep the beer at or below serving temperature.
Other competitor innovations
Centerplate and Safeco Field Have Added Amazon Echos to Private Suites
The Amazon Echo with Alexa is installed in 59 suites at the Mariners’ ballpark. In addition to taking people’s orders, the device can get the Mariners’ schedule, play Mariners trivia, change the channel, adjust the television volume and more by using the voice prompt, “Alexa, ask the Mariners to…”
Levy Retail Rebranded As Rank + Rally: Nets, Golden Knights Among New Clients
The company now has 12 accounts at major league arenas, stadiums and Arlington Park horse track in suburban Chicago.
Oakland A’s Introduce a Peanut-Free Section at the Oakland Coliseum
In a time of food sensitivities, especially amongst children, the Oakland A’s have created a safer area for fans. Loge 66, a “peanut-controlled” zone inside the Coliseum, is the the first section of its kind in the MLB.