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"San Antonio airport lands No. 1 concessions program honor"
Monday, February 7, 2005
S.A. airport lands No. 1 concessions program slot
The San Antonio (TX) Business Journal
For the second consecutive year, trade magazine Airport Revenue News has
named San Antonio International Airport's concessions program the best
overall in its respective category.
The local airport ranked first place for the "Best Overall Concessions
Program" based on results from the magazine's 2005 Best Concessions Poll
this month. Aviation Director Kevin Dolliole accepted the award at the
recent ARN banquet on Feb. 3.
Airport Revenue News relies upon a panel of industry experts to determine
the results of Best Concessions Poll. San Antonio's airport won in the small
"It's a tremendous honor to accept this award for the second year in a row,"
Dolliole says. "Over the past several years we've worked very hard to build
positive momentum when it comes to our concessions program and this award
reinforced the idea that we're on the right track."
San Antonio International Airport continues to reap the benefits of its
Terminal Renovations and Concession Redevelopment Program, which the city's
Aviation Department completed in 2003. The program added 10,000 square feet
of concession space and developed a new food court area.
The airport also took home second place awards in the categories: Airport
with Best Concessions Program Design, Airport with Best Concessions
Management Team and Airport with Most Unique Services.
"If you look at those three categories as a whole it's very telling,"
Dolliole adds. "We have the right design upfront, which allows us to offer
our customers the type of services they're requesting and then finally we've
got the right team to pull it all together."
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