The foodservice contract for Chicago’s McCormick Place convention and exhibition facility will be scrapped and replaced with a contract that lowers prices for catering and concessions customers, reports the Chicago Tribune. The Metropolitan Pier & Exposition Authority, which owns and operates McCormick Place, has notified the current contract holder, Chicago Restaurant Partners, that it is scrapping the current 10-year deal after less than three years because it is hampering efforts to ...
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