Pink's Hot Dogs opens at L.A.X.

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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LOS ANGELES – Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality Services is holding the official grand opening of Pink's Hot Dogs at the Tom Bradley International Terminal (T.B.I.T.) at the Los Angeles International Airport on July 22. This is the first retail location in an airport for Pink’s and it follows the completion of a $723-million remodel of LAX’s international terminal.

A portion of the proceeds from Delaware North's sales on opening day will be donated to the United Service Organizations (U.S.O.) - Greater Los Angeles Area Inc., which provides support to U.S. service personnel and their families.

"Adding popular dining and retail concepts that reflect Los Angeles' culture, lifestyle and cuisine adds measurably to the passenger experience," said Gina Marie Lindsey, Los Angeles World Airports executive director. "Pink's Hot Dogs brings a much admired addition to that experience."

In honor of opening day, Delaware North Companies and Richard Pink, owner of the original Pink's Hot Dogs in Hollywood, invited military service men and women to LAX Pink's for a complimentary send-off meal in appreciation for their service and dedication.

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