Westerner Park making changes to catering

Westerner Park is making “an important change” to its operations.

An outside partner will be pursued to take over Westerner Park’s formal catering service, the organization has announced.

“At Westerner Park, we can be hosting events that range well above 2,000 people to as small as a few dozen, where each may demand a catering service level that can range from basic to premium,” said CEO Mike Olesen.

“It is key to our future success to source a catering partner that has the scale and ability to meet these varying needs.”

In this week’s press release, Westerner Park thanked its catering department for its “hard work and dedication to the organization.”

Westerner Park will be inviting bids from central Alberta businesses to become its partner in delivering catering services to guests.



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