A 15-year contract, worth an estimated $1 billion to the winning bidder to operate some lodging and food locations at the Grand Canyon has been reopened for bidding after an initial RFP failed to draw satisfactory responses, reports ABC News. Among its provisions, the new RFP requires the winning bidder to operate food trucks on the South Rim, expand patio dining at the El Tovar lodge, replace or upgrade a number of lodges and eliminate on-site laundry services to conserve water. Bids are ...

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