Friday, June 15, 2012
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Gwinnett Daily Post
DULUTH -- Gwinnett Center officials are partnering with Contemporary Services Corporation for crowd management at the venue.
"There is no doubt that this highly acclaimed venue could have their choice of providers, however, after seeing the infrastructure, support and experience that CSC offers, there really was but one choice," said Tim Tyrrell, the company's vice president of business development and special projects.
The Sugarloaf Parkway complex includes a convention center, performing arts center and arena, which host more than 500 events a year.
"We are happy to continue to provide Gwinnett Center customers and clients with top-notch crowd management staff," the center's general manager Joey Dennis said in a press release. "These are the faces that our customers interact with at every event, so we made sure to take every factor into consideration when going through this decision making process."
The partnership begins Aug. 1.