Subsidiary News: Doyon/ARAMARK Wins Denali Park Concession
Doyon/ARAMARK Joint Venture (Doyon/ARAMARK) recently won a 10-year concession contract with the National Park Service to provide transportation services and bus tours; operate campgrounds, facilities, and retail, food and beverage outlets; and manage reservations at Denali National Park and Preserve. The last 10-year contract for Denali National Park was awarded to Doyon/ARAMARK in 2003.
Each year, Denali National Park and Preserve welcomes over 500,000 visitors. The bus system in the park provides service to about 300,000 passengers each year between the months of May and September.
“We are excited to select Doyon/ARAMARK Joint Venture as the concessioner to provide transportation and related services to visitors at Denali National Park and Preserve. We look forward to continuing this successful relationship [sic] and working to ensure all visitors have high-quality experiences at the park,” said Bert Frost, Alaska regional director of the National Park Service.
“Doyon is pleased to receive another concession award, and continue its long-term relationship with ARAMARK in Denali National Park,” said Julie Morman, Doyon senior vice president and chief operating officer. “The Doyon/ARAMARK joint venture provides opportunities for internships as well as employment in transportation, tourism and hospitality.”