Tag: Providence Park

Timbers, Thorns Launch Hospitality Brand

Park Provisions, created with Levy, will make debut for Providence Park’s reopening When Providence Park reopens June 1 for the Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns after an $85 million renovation, the soccer clubs will also introduce their new hospitality brand. In collaboration with Levy, the second-year concessionaire at the downtown stadium, Major League Soccer’s Timbers and the National Women’s Soccer League’s Thorns completely revamped the way they deliver concessions by creating a localized brand and upgrading services, all under the Park Provisions brand. The clubs are announcing the new brand Monday. “It was an appropriate time with the transformational change at the stadium,” said Mike Golub, president of business for the Timbers and Thorns. “We worked hard at finding a brand we felt was consistent with the club and the city and arrived on Park Provisions. Fans will see a number of things, the look and feel, speed of service […]

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New Growth for Portland Timbers

The three-level east stand at Providence Park will open for the Timbers’ June 1 game. (Craig Mitchelldyer / Portland Timbers and Thorns FC) Three-story addition part of Providence Park renovations about to debut Twelve games into the 2019 Major League Soccer season and the Portland Timbers will still not have played a home match. That all changes with the June 1 reopening of Providence Park, the downtown Portland home of the Timbers and the National Women’s Soccer League Portland Thorns. The reopening comes with 4,000 new seats from a recently finished three-level east stand, but also includes a refresh of the existing concourse and a new marketplace at one of the venue’s major entrances. Construction on the privately financed $85 million project kicked off at Providence Park after the 2017 season. Work continued during 2018, forcing the rerouting of fans and the closure of a portion of the already tight confines. […]

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