Eric Lindberg, right, a Levy executive for about 28 years, is pictured with regional chef Jonathan Williams at Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, where the concessionaire runs the food at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. (Courtesy Levy) LINDBERG WAS PIVOTAL FOR EXPANDING LEVY’S PREMIUM ACCOUNTS Eric Lindberg, a sports food executive who over 30 years played a key role for building Levy into a leader in the premium dining space at arenas and stadiums, died June 20 in Florida. Lindberg, Levy’s vice president of premium out of Atlanta and responsible for developing all protocols for that piece of food service, was 48 years old. The cause of death is unknown. His death shocked colleagues across the sports and entertainment industry. Today would have been his 28-year anniversary with Levy, said Alison Weber, the company’s chief creative officer. “We are devastated at the sudden loss of one of our most caring and talented Levy… Continue Reading Eric Lindberg, Levy’s VP of Premium, Dies at 48

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