Festival Foods Announces RangerVision 2020 Support as Community Champion
KENOSHA, Wis. – Parkside Athletics and Festival Foods are excited announce a multi-year enhanced partnership highlighted by Festival Foods' generous support of RangerVision 2020 as a Community Champion, Director of Athletics Andrew Gavin announced.
"Already a committed member of the Parkside Athletics Corporate Partners Program, Festival Foods is stepping up again to positively impact our student-athletes and our community in Southeastern Wisconsin," Gavin said. "We're so appreciative of their generosity that will assist in the completion of our RangerVision 2020 enhancements."
RangerVision 2020, a $5 million facility and fundraising campaign to create significant change and enhancements to the Sports & Activity Center, is in its stretch run. The transformations are highlighted by the De Simone Gymnasium Enhancement and the creation of the Mark Olsen Indoor Golf Center and the Rick Kilps Center.
Festival Foods, a Wisconsin-based employee and family-owned company, has more than 35 locations across Wisconsin, including in Kenosha, Mount Pleasant, and Somers. For more information on Festival Foods' stores, community involvement, and employment opportunities, visit FestFoods.com.
"Giving back to the communities where we do business is always a priority," said Mark Skogen, president and CEO of Festival Foods. "We are excited to broaden our partnership with Parkside Athletics to benefit student athletes and those in the community."
The Rick Kilps Center is a multi-purpose indoor turf facility located on the northwest side of the Sports & Activity Center that provides a state-of-the-art training center for Parkside's men's and women's soccer, baseball, and softball programs. Additionally, the Kilps Center will be an asset for community and campus use.
Festival Foods brand will be prominently visible in the Kilps Center, with the logo exclusively displayed on the scoreboard and also located on the padding.
Festival Foods will also become a RangerVision 2020 Community Champion. Numerous Community Champions have already been a catalyst to the launch and progress of RangerVision 2020. We have built multi-year and mutually beneficial partnerships with HARIBO, Educators Credit Union, Gateway Mortgage Corporation, Vonco Products, BMO Harris, Nexus Pharmaceuticals, Bear Realty Group, Partners In Design Architects, and the UW-Parkside Foundation.
For more information about RangerVision 2020 and how you your company can become a Community Champion, please visit ParksideRangers.com/RangerVision2020
About Festival Foods
From positively impacting communities to ensuring quality products to providing an exceptional experience, we've fueled a culture of excellence for more than 70 years.
At Festival Foods, our customers are our guests. With family at our core, we aim to give each and every guest the personal attention and support we would expect from our own families. We go above and beyond to ensure we're meeting expectations held by our guests. It all boils down to our Boomerang Principle: Every business decision we make is based on the question, "Will it bring the customer back?"