CHICAGO An unsuccessful bidder for the 10-year, $300-million foodservices contract for Chicago's McCormick Place convention complex is challenging the selection of a rival group that includes Levy Restaurants and other local restaurateurs, the Chicago Tribune reported today. The paper said that Buona Cos., the foodservice concessionaire for Chicago's Navy Pier attraction, sent a letter to the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, disputing the fairness of the McCormick Place ...
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