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Jamie Obletz

  • Group President, Sportservice, Patina Restaurant Group and Delaware North U.K.

Jamie Obletz is group president of Sportservice, Patina Restaurant Group and Delaware North U.K., a role based at the company’s global headquarters in Buffalo, N.Y.

Obletz is responsible for providing oversight and strategic direction for the company’s sports portfolio which provides concessions, premium dining, catering and retail services to more than 50 sports and entertainment venues in the United States. He also oversees the company’s hospitality operations in the United Kingdom at locations such as Wembley Stadium, London Stadium and Emirates Stadium.

In late 2023, Obletz was appointed as a group president, adding responsibility for Patina Restaurant Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Delaware North. Patina Restaurant Group manages more than 30 streetside restaurants and catering operations at high-profile locations such as Disney Springs, Walt Disney World, Downtown Disney, New York City, Los Angeles and Boston.

From 2020 to 2021, Obletz served as president of the company’s travel division, which provides food, beverage and retail services at more than 20 airports across the United States.

Before being promoted as one of the company’s operating company presidents, Obletz was senior vice president of corporate development. In that role, he led Delaware North’s growth and strategic investment efforts across all its subsidiaries in the travel, sports, gaming, parks and resorts, and international sectors, including the 2019 acquisition of Creative Food Group, which added more than 30 restaurants across five airports to the company’s portfolio.

Prior to joining Delaware North in August 2016, Obletz worked in New York City as an executive director in the investment banking division at J.P. Morgan. He began his career in 2003 with M&T Bank in Buffalo as a banking officer and part of its highly regarded Management Development Program.

A Buffalo native, Obletz graduated with honors and a degree in economics from Boston College. He later earned an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he studied corporate finance.