Almost two weeks ago, after the USC-Clemson baseball recreation in Columbia, the Twitter-verse went nuts with fans complaining about long strains at the concession stands. One fan estimated the strains have been one hundred individuals deep and stated it might have taken “two innings to get a eating regimen Coke.”
“It’s the Clemson recreation,” fan Chris Lee tweeted to USC Athletics Director Ray Tanner with the hashtag #dobetter. “Ought to’ve been higher prepared for the crowds. However this is an ongoing concern that’s never addressed.”
Tanner tweeted back: “Totally in agreement together with your assessment. Aramark, our concessionaire was briefed earlier this week they usually failed. It is being addressed.”
This weekend, with the No. 8-ranked Georgia Bulldogs enjoying the No. 22 Gamecocks within the first Southeastern Conference collection of the season, USC Athletics officers say they and Aramark are stepping up to the plate.
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“We’ll be ready and able to go,” stated Jeff Crane, the chief affiliate athletics director who oversees concessions. “We feel snug that we’ll transfer individuals by way of the strains pretty shortly.”
Aramark has elevated staffing to 40 to make sure all the windows at primary concession stands at Founders Park shall be open for the three-recreation collection that begins Friday. In the course of the Clemson recreation, two home windows have been closed due to a brief employees of 30.