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Spotless International Services scores £12m deal at Doncaster Rovers

03 September 2012 by
Spotless International Services scores £12m deal at Doncaster Rovers

Spotless International Services has scored a £12m signing at Keepmoat Stadium, the home of League One football club Doncaster Rovers.

The 10-year deal will see Spotless deliver a fully integrated service for catering, cleaning and waste management.

Philip Batty, director of food services at Spotless, commented: "It is a great credit to Doncaster that they shared our belief in an integrated service package that will provide synergies and efficiencies for the club and stadium for many years.

"The benefits for the club go far beyond the cost savings that they will inevitably make. The real benefit is providing Doncaster with a single-service solution eliminating the disconnect between different service providers."

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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