State Farm Arena in Atlanta was the first sports venue to incorporate Topgolf’s Swing Suite simulator into the facility. (Courtesy Atlanta Hawks) Concessions company makes its bid for a foothold in mixed-use developments near stadiums and arenas Delaware North has partnered with Topgolf to open multiple Swing Suite simulators in Atlanta, Boston and Green Bay, Wis., all part of mixed-use developments tied to sports venues in those markets. Sportservice, the company’s sports concessions group, will run the locations — at The Battery Atlanta, Titletown in Green Bay, and the Hub on Causeway in Boston  — said Jerry Jacobs Jr., Delaware North’s co-chief executive officer. The Hub on Causeway surrounds TD Garden, the Boston arena where the NHL’s Bruins and NBA’s Celtics play. Delaware North is a developer and the operator of the development; it also owns and operates TD Garden and owns the Bruins. Topgolf Swing Suites patrons use real clubs… Continue Reading Delaware North Partners in Swing Suite Projects

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