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Improving the concession experience with Boise State University and Chartwells Higher Education Partners

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Boise State University has agreed to partner with Chartwells Higher Education, the new campus-wide Boise State University dining partner, at all athletics stadiums starting this fall. Jeramia Dicky It was announced on Thursday.

Locally branded as Boise State Dining, Chartwells Higher Education is recognized as a leader in contract food service management, hospitality and award-winning guest services on more than 300 campuses in the United States. Chartwells cuisine meets the unique appetite, lifestyle and dining needs of every guest dining on campus.

“We take the demands of our fans very seriously to enhance the concession experience as part of our commitment to provide Bronconation with an elite Game Day atmosphere,” said Dicky. “We are very grateful to our campus partners and Chartwells. We believe today’s announcement is a major step forward for the 2022 season.”

These new partnerships will bring concession stands, premium spaces and fans at all Boise State Athletics Stadiums to enhance the program and enhance the Game Day guest experience.

Albertsons Stadium features updated brand signs, including more visible route-finding signs in both the west and east concourses. Fans will also be able to experience new menu items at the chef’s table in suites and clubs, thanks to their growing relationship with their longtime athletics partner Double R Ranch.

Investment to support the speed of service to keep fans cheering in their seats includes a new mobile ordering system, beverage-only ordering stands, and a quick “grab and go” option.

Ben Southerd, Vice President of Operations at Boise State Dining, said:

Find out more about the expanded pre-match Ford Fun Zone and the new local brewery patio in the Concourse of Albertsons Stadium in the coming weeks. In addition, fans visiting the Bronco Array on the eastern side of the stadium can choose from a wide selection of food trucks and adult drink kiosks.

What’s the next initiative
The new partnership with Chartwells Higher Education sets new milestones as part of the athletic club’s What’s Next Initiative, with Boisy’s goals in all four pillars of the initiative: infrastructure, student athlete experience, revenue generation and marketability. It has a great influence on the purpose. Additional highlights and announcements related to concessions and fan experiences will be released in the coming weeks, as part of the Division’s Experience Blue Fan Experience Committee will reveal.

Fan ticket option
Single game tickets, mini-plans, and various full-season packages are available for sale at for the 2022 football season. Boise State University will begin its home schedule for UT Martin on September 17th.