HMSHost?s new San Jos? Airport openings

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HMSHost has opened a number of new F&B and retail outlets at Mineta San Jos? International Airport (SJC) – including a new Sharks Cage Sports Bar & Grill which celebrates San Jos?'s beloved hockey team,

the San Jos? Sharks – at the airport's new Terminal B Concourse.

‘We wanted our airport's shops and restaurants to reflect the character of San Jos? and Silicon Valley,’ said Bill Sherry, SJC Director of Aviation. ‘The Sharks Cage leads a terrific line up of unique local brands, helping us meet our goal of creating a strong sense of place for SJC travellers.’

‘Our goal is to offer Mineta San Jos? International Airport travellers the best dining and shopping experience possible – one that reflects the best of the city of San Jos? while making the traveller's day better,’ said Pat Banducci, Senior Vice President, Business Development, for HMSHost.

In addition, HMSHost has also opened outlets for Sunnyvale's C.J. Olson's Cherries, Sunglass Icon, and Sunset News, plus a new Gordon Biersch Brewery & Restaurant.

Sunglass Icon is a specialty optics store offering high quality and functional eyewear which includes sporty name brands such as Maui Jim, Revo, and Oakley, and high-end fashion designers Prada, Gucci, and Dior.

Mineta San Jos? International Airport handled 9.7m passengers in 2008 with approximately 145 flights a day on 13 domestic and international carriers to 27 non-stop destinations.


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