Offer for new arena concession management

A Vanderhoof citizen is interested in putting his experience to use for the arena's new concession.

It has been a long time interest of mine to operate the concession in the Vanderhoof arena. For over 20 years, I had operated restaurants, as well as catering weddings and sports man shows, throughout Canada from Ontario to Yukon. I would like to use my experience to support Vanderhoof junior hockey.

The concession would be open much longer hours including during the week so the school kids could get a wholesome lunch.

The new menu would feature roast beef on a bun, fish and chips, chicken wings, pizza, salads and desserts.

I feel with wholesome food, customer service and cleanliness this would work. It will draw more people from out of town when they can get a meal without leaving the arena.

Ken Pridham

 

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