Australian Open Serves First With The Tick

Healthy feats will no longer be confined to the court at the 2008 Australian Open with Melbourne Park becoming the first major sports stadium to offer genuinely healthier food choices with the Heart Foundation Tick from 15 January 2008.


New Catering Experiences At The 2008 Australian Open

Delaware North Companies Australia will provide two new catering experiences at the 2008 Australian Open Grand Slam Tennis Championship.


Delaware North Companies Australia Awarded 2007 Event Caterer Award

Delaware North Companies Australia will be inducted into the Restaurant and Caterers Association (Victoria) Hall of Fame after its third consecutive “Event Caterer Award”. This recognition is made possible due to the company’s catering efforts at the Australian Open Grand Slam.


Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality Services, Formerly Ca One Services, Announces Plans For Growth Of Its Airport And Travel Operating Company

Reaffirming its commitment to its long-standing airport and travel hospitality operating division, Delaware North Companies announced some important developments today. The announcement was made by Dennis Szefel, group president of the company’s hospitality operations. Delaware North Companies is a global leader in hospitality with operations in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. 


Wembley Stadium Ready For Action: Will Host 2007 FA Cup

The Football Association, which organizes the oldest football competition in the world -- the Football Association Challenge Cup (FA Cup) -- has confirmed this year's championship game will be played at Wembley Stadium on May 19.


Delaware North Companies International Welcomes Exciting New Chef To Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium has signed Tom Aikens, one of the United Kingdom’s most exciting and talented chefs, to create a range of special desserts to be feature on the restaurant menu of Wembley’s prestigious members’ club, The Corinthian Club.


Delaware North Companies International Looks To Host First Global Regular-Season NFLĀ® Game

The NFL recently announced that London will host a regular-season NFL game in 2007, and Wembley National Stadium is one of the locations currently under consideration. Delaware North Companies is an investor in the 90,000-seat stadium, and also holds a 25-year contract for complete food service operations at the stadium. This contract includes corporate hospitality, casual dining, and retail operations. The world-class stadium is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar face-lift, and if the stadium is ready before the 2007 season begins, it is favored to be named the venue for the game.