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10-09-2012, 10:01 PM
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Originally Posted by bluemandan View Post
I'm not sure how many NHL teams operate their own concession stands. I would imagine that most teams are like the Blues, they let another company pay them for the right to operate those stands. Sure, they may bring in ~$13.9M, but that is before the cost of the food, the cost of the workers, the cost of insurance, and the cost of the contract with the Blues.
I can only use myself as an example. The two times I worked as a hawker at games the first time I was on min wage and the other time I basically was an independent contractor who bought his tray off goodies (usually popcorn and peanuts) and I bought the tray regardless of if I sold them all. Most Arenas and stadium buy in large bulk that reduces the overall cost.
I know at the arena in Vancouver, the beer cost $7 bucks but the actual cost of each pint was $1.5(when you factor in taxes and other things)

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