A fan uses a VenueNext kiosk at an Amway Center concessions stand. (Courtesy Amway Center) Concessionaire will put $5M into upgrades as part of 10-year deal Amway Center has signed a 10-year extension with Levy, the arena’s concessionaire. As part of the deal, Levy is investing $5 million to upgrade food service to include VenueNext, a new mobile point-of-sale system, said Allen Johnson, chief venues officer for the city of Orlando. Levy has run the food at Amway Center since the NBA facility opened in 2010. The deal covers Camping World Stadium as well, home of two college football bowl games and the Florida Classic, a matchup between historically Black college teams, among other events.  The new point-of-sale system, which cost $500,000, takes both buildings one step further to becoming cashless as officials prepare to re-open after the pandemic shut down live entertainment. VenueNext won a competitive bid process and… Continue Reading Amway Center Sticks With Levy

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