STAMFORD Conn. Centerplate Inc., the sports and entertainment foodservice specialist, confirmed Thursday that it has ended its 40-year contract with the New York Yankees and will not be the concessionaire when the team moves into its new stadium in 2009. Centerplate, which derives approximately $71 million, or 9.6 percent, of its net sales from the Yankees contract, will continue to provide foodservice this season at the team’s original ballpark. Concessions will be self-operated at ...
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