NFL Helps Locals Women and Minority Owned Businesses Score Super Bowl Business

January 29, 2008 by Chuck | 0 Comments

I wondered if any of these caterers was a home based business when I saw the headline about this program.

If you live in a city with an NFL franchise, maybe there’s other help to be found?

NFL Helps Locals Women and Minority Owned Businesses Score Super Bowl Business 

The food is courtesy of local caterer All About Catering Co., which, along with supplying the 3,000 bowls, is providing food for other events, including some for country stars Sara Evans and Willie Nelson and their crew.

How did such a small operation get in on the Super Bowl frenzy? It’s the result of the National Football League’s Emerging Business program, which gives small minority- and women-owned firms from around the Super Bowl’s host city a chance to bid on contracts for services that support the championship game and its ancillary events. All About Catering of Goodyear, Ariz., which has 12 full-time and 30 contracted workers, won four contracts totaling more than $65,000.

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