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RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE FAMILIES TO ENJOY DINNER & A SHOW

02/20/2013 9:20 AM -

 

CC CONCERT BALLET & SMG AMERICAN BANK CENTER PARTNER FOR EVENT

 Employees of SMG American Bank Center and SAVOR, SMG’s in-house food & beverage provider at American Bank Center, will volunteer with the Corpus Christi Concert Ballet to plan a special evening for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House tonight, February 20, 2013 at 6:00pm. SMG and SAVOR employees will prepare a meal for the group of 40 and the ballet will perform scenes from their upcoming event Alice in Wonderland & Other Works.

“We previously participated in the Share a Meal program and really enjoyed the experience of preparing a meal together and meeting the families,” said SMG American Bank Center General Manager Jim Salamenta. “For our next visit we wanted to create an entire evening for these families to enjoy. The Corpus Christi Concert Ballet has been involved in community events with us before and with their performance on March 2nd we thought it would be a great opportunity for them to bring their show to this group. ”

The evening will begin with volunteers preparing the meal from 4:00pm- 5:45pm in the kitchen at the Ronald McDonald House. Dinner will be served at 6:00pm and the performance will begin at 6:15pm.

Mark Avelar, Executive Director of the Ronald McDonald House mentioned, “The families staying at our House always look forward to Share a Meal nights. It allows them to take a night off from preparing dinner and focus on spending time with their ill child. The added bonus is they get to experience a private performance from the CC Concert Ballet as well.”

SMG managed American Bank Center is Corpus Christi’s premier event center providing unprecedented guest experiences. Follow us online at www.Americanbankcenter.com, facebook.com/AmericanBankCenter, or twitter.com/AmericanBankCtr.

About SMG:
Founded in 1977, SMG provides management services to more than 220 public assembly facilities including convention and exhibition centers, arenas, stadiums, theatres, performing arts centers, equestrian facilities, science centers and a variety of other venues. With facilities across the globe, SMG manages more than 14.4 million square feet of exhibition space and over 1.75 million sports and entertainment seats. As the recognized global industry leader, SMG provides venue management, sales, marketing, event booking and programming, construction and design consulting, and pre-opening services for such landmark facilities as McCormick Place & Soldier Field in Chicago, Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, Houston’s Reliant Park and the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

For more information visit www.smgworld.com.

About SAVOR
SAVOR is the food and beverage division of SMG, the global leader in public facilities and special event venue management headquartered in Philadelphia. Since its inception in 1983, SAVOR has specialized in creating menus that showcase local cuisine expertly prepared and presented to ensure a seamless dining and entertainment experience. SAVOR currently provides food and beverage services, as well as catering and special event services, to more than 100 facilities worldwide.


The company is also industry leader in introducing green standards and programs to public facilities. SAVOR’s commitment to farm to table freshness and food quality features locally grown products for their venue clients whenever possible. SAVOR staff prides themselves on being on the cutting edge of the latest food and beverage trends in addition to searching out the most innovative food technologies available on the market.

To learn more, visit www.savorsmg.com
 



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