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Food Court RFP is also known as: food court bid, food court tender, food court request for proposal, food court request for tender, food court invitation to bid, food court ITB.

Here is a list of documents (real food court RFP examples) you may deem of value if you want to solicit proposals for commercial lease of food service outlets in a food court from qualified, experienced, financially sound, and responsible providers.

  1. Food Court RFP
    from the University of Montana
    Excerpt of the Food Court RFP:
    "In addition to the normal operating hours of the Food Court, there will be certain times and hours that the Contractor will need to be open (...) The UC Food Court (UCFC) is located on the second floor level of the University Center building and occupies approximately 3,241 square feet."
  2. RFP for Food Court Concession Stand
    from the City of Vancouver
    Excerpt of the Food Court RFP:
    "All responses shall be placed in a sealed envelope, which is clearly marked [Food Court RFP Concession Stand]."
  3. Food Court RFP Breach of Contract Claim and Court Findings
    Kent State University vs. University Coffee House, Inc. D.B.A. Arabica
    Excerpt of the Court Findings regarding the Food Court RFP breach of contract claim:
    "Kent State University (KSU) solicited bids from a variety of food and beverage vendors to operate a new food court on the first floor of the Student Center (...)"

    "KSU desired to build a food court to attract more people to the university and to have its commuter students use the Student Center more often (...)"

    "Food court plans called for a maximum of eight fast food providers, each with a different main menu theme or product line (...)"

    "Proposals for the installation and operation of Fast Food Court Shops, by established national firms or organizations with extensive experience in a fast food restaurant operation, in the Kent Student Center, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, possibly including but not limited to Shops for hamburgers, pizza, Mexican/tacos, chicken, sub sandwiches/deli, oriental (Chinese) food, ice cream/yogurt/donuts, pretzels, and coffee/pastry (...)"

    "The eight stores that were chosen to be Food Court vendors were (1) McDonald's, (2) Mama Ilardo's Pizza, (3) Taco Bell (later replaced by Aunt Chilada's), (4) Subway, (5) Mark Pi's, (6) Friendly's, (7) Hot Sam's Pretzels, and (8) Arabica Coffee (...)"

    "By 1997, three stores had failed or moved out of the food court."

 

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