|Chapel Hill, NC – March 31,
2005 – ARAMARK Harrison Lodging’s Rizzo Conference Center is launching
a major expansion program sponsored by the Kenan-Flagler Business School
at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The renovations,
which are projected to cost approximately $18 million, will yield a total
of 60 new guestrooms and 10,000 square feet of conference space designed
to provide a state-of-the-art learning experience. An additional
3,600 square feet of multi-function space will increase the facility’s
ability to accommodate conference and banquet events for up to 250 attendees.
Completion of the expansion is slated for early summer 2006.
“This is an important investment for both the Rizzo Conference Center and ARAMARK Harrison Lodging,” said Sheri Decker, general manager, Rizzo Conference Center. “These enhancements will not only improve the guest’s experience at the property, but will also exemplify our ongoing commitment to service, amenities and guest satisfaction.”
The Rizzo Conference Center is a wooded retreat on 28 acres at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and combines top of the line technology with a beautiful setting conducive to learning and relaxation. The center currently features 10,000 square feet of meeting space, 24 fully equipped meeting rooms and 60 guestrooms designed for the corporate traveler. With an additional focus on enjoyment and recreation, the center boasts a 110-seat dining room, spacious wood-paneled library for informal meetings, fitness center, swimming pool, basketball, volleyball, jogging trails and championship golf nearby.
Offering a collection of the world’s most effective environments for learning, communication and personal growth, ARAMARK operates more than 50 conference centers, corporate training centers and specialty hotels in educational environments. Each is strategically located close to leading business destinations. The company supports the stringent standards of IACC and harnesses the power and expertise of its founding entities to expand its contributions to the industry.
To learn more about ARAMARK
Harrison Lodging or to book a meeting, log onto www.aramarkharrisonlodging.com
or call the company’s National Accounts Offices at
Corporation is a world leader in providing award-winning food and facilities
management services to health care institutions, universities and school
districts, stadiums and arenas, international and domestic corporations,
as well as providing uniform and career apparel. ARAMARK was ranked
number one in its industry in the 2004 FORTUNE 500 survey and was also
named one of "America's Most Admired Companies" by FORTUNE magazine in
2005, consistently ranking since 1998 as one of the top three most admired
companies in its industry as evaluated by peers. Headquartered in
Philadelphia, ARAMARK has approximately 242,500 employees serving clients
in 19 countries.
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