Levy Restaurants Joins Portland Trail Blazers as Official Culinary Partner

April 29, 2013

The Portland Trail Blazers and Rip City Management have signed a multi-year agreement with Levy Restaurants as their new culinary partner starting from July 1.

“After a long and in-depth selection process, order cialis we are pleased to be partnering with who we believe is the top food and beverage provider in the world, ailment Levy Restaurants, herbal ” said Chris McGowan, Trail Blazers President & CEO.  “With its broad relationships with other NBA teams and major venues around the world, Levy will deliver an award-winning food and beverage vision, along with premium hospitality and service.  They will play a critical role in our goal of enhancing the fan experience in the Rose Garden and Rose Quarter.”

“The Rose Quarter campus is a true epicenter of culture, hosting an array of events, from NBA basketball, live theatre, concerts, exhibitions and so much more,” said Andy Lansing, President & CEO of Levy Restaurants.  “Struck with Blazermania, we are thrilled to dive into the eclectic local culinary scene to capture the spirit and flavors of this truly trail blazing region.  We can’t wait to welcome fans to yet another great gastronomic experience in Portland.”

The choice of Levy Restaurants concludes a search process that covered more than 13 weeks, with five competitors vying for the opportunity.  The Rose Garden becomes the 22nd NBA home venue utilizing Levy Restaurants to oversee food and beverage services.  Levy’s list of NBA arenas and clients includes AmericanAirlines Arena, home of the reigning NBA Champion Miami Heat; the Houston Rockets’ Toyota Center; United Center, home of the Chicago Bulls; and the newly-opened Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets.

“What excites us most about Levy Restaurants are their plans to celebrate Portland’s dynamic and diverse culinary culture in the offerings our guests can experience starting next season,” said Chris Oxley, Trail Blazers Vice President of Operations.