Hudson Group wins LAS deal

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The Hudson Group and its partners have been awarded a 10-year extension of their current contract at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) until 2020, including 22 news stands and specialty shops covering around 20,000sq


‘We are thrilled to be able to continue our partnership with McCarran's award-winning concessions team, and to be part of the airport's ongoing growth and development,’ said Joseph DiDomizio, President and CEO of the Hudson Group.

‘Ours is a great working relationship, and we appreciate the business-minded approach the McCarran team demonstrates every day. We are glad for the opportunity to continue our history of service to the airport, where we have invested significantly to create a unique and genuine travel shopping experience, anchored by Hudson News, North America's only national newsstand brand. Our ongoing goal in LAS is to continue to maximize customer service, revenue and rent to the airport and the County.’

According to Randall H. Walker, Clark County Aviation Director, providing excellence in customer service is a priority at McCarran International, the nation's seventh-busiest airport. Walker said: ‘Hudson knows the importance of customer service. As one of the largest news stand operators in North America, Hudson utilizes the latest in marketing trends and provides an array of book titles, magazines and other goods that customers want in Las Vegas.’


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