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In Rovers We Trust – Concourse Update

14 June 2013

As part of the In Rovers We Trust project, Doncaster Rovers have been promising fans a revitalised food and drink catering option on the concourses.

Yesterday following a succession of meetings between club representatives and Lindley catering team, the finalised plan was put in place.  Below are some of the highlights;-

1) Alcoholic beverages
The club can confirm that next year the main alcoholic drinks being served in the concourses will be;
Boddington Bitter - £2.90
Becks - £2.90
Budweiser - £3.30
Fans will note a reduction in the price of beer to less than £3 per pint, this has been agreed to by Lindley following detailed consultation with the club.  

2) New kiosks
The club can also confirm the new kiosks being introduced by Lindley Group next season will be;

Flaming Good Burger
Frank’s Original New York Street Dogs
The Pie Factory
Cracklings
Dominos

3) Belle Vue Bar
As part of the concourse refurbishments a series of changes will also take place in the Belle Vue Bar, this will include increased service  points in order to improve the speed of service within the bar and an improved food offering.  In addition the small wall separating the different parts of the bar will be removed to increase capacity within the Belle Vue Bar.

4) Naming of Bars
Each kiosk facility will be personalised and named after a Rovers player or historic moment.  It will be up to fans to suggest and vote for the names of the kiosks.

Summary
During the next few weeks the physical changes to the concourses will begin and the club will keep fans updated with the developments through the official website.  The club wish to thank fans for all their feedback and Lindley for supporting the In Rovers We Trust project.  By acknowledging the feedback of the fans and implementing their suggested changes the club are confident that the catering provision provided next year will be one of the best within the Championship.


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