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Variety, vendors offering food at AirVenture to expand

7:43 PM, May 5, 2013
Attendees look toward the sky while having lunch at the Twin Oaks Food Court during EAA AirVenture 2012.
Attendees look toward the sky while having lunch at the Twin Oaks Food Court during EAA AirVenture 2012.
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From local to global, the Experimental Aircraft Association will have diners of all kinds covered at AirVenture 2013.

EAA has taken guest feedback on AirVenture's food options and completely revamped who feeds visitors and, in some cases, what they'll charge.

Gone is Zaug's Inc., which operated many of the food stands around the grounds. In its place, EAA Director of Events and Hospitality Mary Ann Dilling and Food and Beverage Manager Ryan Rasmussen have tapped "local, regional and national" brands to offer everyone from locals to international visitors a little taste of home. ...

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