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New bites touch down at football stadiums nationwide
The Daily Meal
Be sure to watch for these new food finds, coming to a football stadium near you. Aramark, the culinary team partnered with the National Football League, has just released menu items featuring specialty sandwiches and hot dogs with a twist, according to a release.
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ASSOCIATION NEWS


Brand new NAC website effective Thursday, Sept. 12
NAC
The National Association of Concessionaires (NAC) announced that a brand new website with a clean and modern look will debut on Thursday, Sept. 12. The transition is expected to take place on Thursday evening and may take several hours. During this transition, the website and email service to NAC will be unavailable. The new NAC digital portal will be exceedingly member-friendly while also having the ability to be updated almost instantaneously with information that is most important to NAC members and non-members alike.

By the end of the year, the site will also have a searchable Membership Directory that will allow NAC members direct access to the website of fellow members via specific concession categories. The digital directory will be an updated version of the annual printed directory now exclusively available in the spring edition of Concession Profession. The new site will also provide immediate registration capabilities for all NAC educational activities. The current NAC website has served its purpose for many years but is obviously generations behind what we all now expect in our daily informational needs.

The investment in a new NAC website is possible only because of the continued support of the NAC members and generous sponsors.

Current website sponsors are: Coca-Cola, Nestle, Pepsi, CCSI, ConAgra, Cretors, Eisenberg, Gold Medal, Hershey's, Kernel Season's, Odell's, Ovations, Promotion in Motion, Weaver Popcorn, The Proctor Company, ReactorNet, Ricos, Sodexo and Ventura.

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NAC Shipping Program
NAC
NAC is pleased to offer this endorsed member benefit — the NAC Shipping Program. Through NAC's agreement with PartnerShip®, the company that developed and manages the program, NAC members who enroll in this free program save substantial dollars on every shipment — inbound, outbound, small, large and tradeshow.

Enroll in the NAC Shipping Program and you will save on select FedEx® services for all your express packages, ground packages, and small-package residential delivery services.
  • Save up to 26 percent* on select FedEx Express® services
  • Save up to 12 percent on select FedEx Ground® services
  • Save up to 10 percent on select FedEx Home Delivery® services

You also save on less-than-truckload (LTL) freight shipments arranged through PartnerShip with leading national and regional freight carriers.
For more information and to get signed up, visit http://www.partnership.com/micro_site/index/NAC

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PRODUCT SHOWCASE
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IN THE NEWS


Taco Bell's take on social marketing: Publish, don't market
Adweek
Taco Bell's director of digital and social marketing, Tressie Lieberman, describes her job as a "daily adventure" where each morning begins with a staff meeting in which ideas are hatched — and production is sometimes wrapped before the end of the same day.
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Pepsi-flavored Cheetos a salt-reduction masterstroke?
Bakery & Snacks
Frito-Lay's limited edition Pepsi-flavored Cheetos in Japan aren't anything groundbreaking, but the new taste profile could be used as a platform to reduce salt levels, an innovation expert says.
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At Cleveland Browns' FirstEnergy Stadium, a sampling of some of what's new at food stations
The Plain Dealer
Joe Crea writes, "While the Browns eventually fell in defeat to the Miami Dolphins Sunday afternoon, I watched most of the game on flat-screen TVs. At FirstEnergy Stadium. Why? In the 'It's a Tough Job But...' category, I pulled the lucky card and got to sample some of the new food introductions on the stadium's Concourse and Club levels concession stands."
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The deeper meaning of Cronut fever
Eater NY
Cronut Fever is only the latest food-related example of mass hysteria — a collective condition described by social psychologists in which large groups of people behave irrationally, usually against their own interests and sometimes at the expense of their health. What else can you call it when huge crowds are willing to wait four hours in the summer's searing heat to sample a mere pastry?
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Getting started with Facebook Ads
By Mayur Kisani
According to Facebook, "People who like your page spend an average of two times more as your customers than people who aren't connected to you on Facebook." This statement itself makes it very important for your business to reach the right people using Facebook Ads. Read on to learn the basics of setting up your Facebook Ad campaign.
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The six-figure price tag for selling a $2 hot dog
The New York Times
Call it the half-million-dollar hot dog cart. Mohammad Mastafa of Astoria, Queens, has to sell almost that much in drinks and snacks annually to break even on the pushcart he owns at Fifth Avenue and East 62nd Street near the Central Park Zoo. He pays the city's parks department $289,500 a year just for the right to operate his single cart there.
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