Northridge, CA (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Contemporary Services Corporation (CSC), the world leader in crowd management and event security, announces its contract renewal with Yale University Department of Athletics. Yale has been a client since 1992, and CSC will continue to provide security for the University’s football program at Yale Bowl, hockey at Ingalls Rink, and basketball at Lee Amphitheater. CSC’s services for Yale will be provided under the direction of Andy Dunn, Assistant Athletic Director of Varsity Sports, and Natalie Gonzalez, Associate Athletic Director of Varsity Sports, who stated, "Yale Athletics is excited to continue its relationship with CSC. We rely on Karl Renner and his staff to provide great service and crowd management during our contests. We look forward to our future partnership with CSC.”
CSC Connecticut, directed by Branch Manager Karl Renner, also provides services for University of Connecticut, University of Hartford, Wesleyan University, Quinnipiac University and Trinity College. Special event clients include XL Center, CMTA Hartford Boat and Fishing Show, SME Machine Show, Comcast Theatre, Palace Theater, Warner Theatre, The Black Eyed Blues Fest, and The Big E.
About Contemporary Services Corporation
Contemporary Services Corporation (CSC) is the world leader in crowd management and event security for the entertainment and sporting event industries. Throughout its 46 years of experience, CSC has garnered a loyal and esteemed client base, including more than 100 stadiums and arenas, over 100 universities and colleges, more than 20 convention centers, and numerous clients within the professional ranks of MLB, MLS, NBA, NFL, NHL, and NASCAR. CSC has also provided services for the world’s most prestigious special events, including Collegiate Bowl Games, NCAA Final Four Tournaments, PGA Tournaments, US Open Tennis, 30 Super Bowls, 8 Olympic Games, 4 Presidential Inaugurations, 2 Papal visits, and 2 FIFA World Cups. CSC operates more than 50 branch locations throughout the United States and Canada.