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  • 1. 2012 Non Profit Program - The Georgia Dome Table Of Contents • Overview • Donation • Training • Inventory • Cash Handling • Day of Event • Stadium Policies
  • 2. About Us•Over 80 NFP groups participated in2011.• Over $1,400,000 was donatedduring the 2011-2012 season.• Donations are based on groupattendance and sales generated.•Over 700+ volunteers participateduring an NFL football game.•Typical season includes: • 10 NFL games • 5 GSU football • 3 Chik-Fil-A bowl games • Monster Truck • Supercross • Major Concerts • Plus band competitions, high school football, PBR and many more.
  • 3. Schedule Of Events 2012-2013
  • 4. House Rules•Come dressed black pants and shoes, shirt and hatprovided•Abide by Levy grooming standards•Full compliance to stadium guidelines and policies•Must be 17 years or older to volunteer
  • 5. Locations •Permanent Concession Stands • Over 50 locations at the Dome • 12 – 42 volunteers needed • Food, beverage and alcohol sales • Limited cooking required • Donation range $500.00 – $3000.00 •Portable Carts • Over 70 locations at the Dome • 3 – 7 volunteers needed • Food, beverage and alcohol sales • Usually no cooking required • Donation range $200.00 – $1000.00
  • 6. Inventory The donation given to your organization is largely based on the SALES you generate at each event. SALES are determined by Goods Out of Stock Inventory counting is used to determine GOS. Starting Count – Ending Count = GOS Sales adjustments will be made for spoilage (broken or unsellable items)
  • 7. Donation Calculation 2012 • Base • 5% of net non-alcohol sales • 3% of net alcohol sales •Discretionary • 0 – 6% of net non-alcohol sales • 0 – 5% of net alcohol sales • Select locations will have a staffing bonus Net sales are minus sales tax
  • 8. DonationCalculation
  • 9. Donation Calculation
  • 10. Donation Calculation
  • 11. Donation Calculation - 2012 • New for 2012-2013 • Two Sections • Section I • Location Specific Staffing Bonus • Certain locations will receive an additional bonus Volunteer minimum for location must be met Number of volunteers • Section II • Incentive / Percentage • Changing last year’s categories and amounts New Structure begins August 01
  • 12. SalesCalculation
  • 13. Sales Calculation – Pre Event Standsheet 2 27 381 70 630.00 480
  • 14. Sales Calculation – Pre Event Standsheet Your Name Here Levy Supervisor Your Name Here Levy Supervisor
  • 15. Sales Calculation – Post Event Standsheet
  • 16. Sales Calculation – Post Event Standsheet
  • 17. Cash Banks • A bank will be issued for each location. • Banks will be issued at: • Gate “A” for major events • Main Cash Room for other events • Only authorized group representatives are allowed to check out banks. • To check out a bank: • Must leave government issued ID • Must have “bank Card” for the location •Email will be sent for authorized users
  • 18. Cash Handling• Cash will be picked up from your locationby Cash Control team member and GeorgiaState Trooper escort.• There will be at least two pickups perevent.• First pickup - drop all $20 bills and higher• After half time leave $60 in draws, dropremaining money in Cash Room• Drop coins, coupons at end of event
  • 19. Responsible Alcohol Service Family Serving Family “ …. Using effective standards and practices that conform to all applicable legal requirements, our team members provide service to our guests of legal drinking age in a manner that is consistently mindful of the guest as well as the community’s health and safety.” •Training • Group Leaders – Live RCS class • Group Members - Online Alcohol Awareness Test •MUST be completed EACH season for ALL members
  • 20. Training • Group Leaders • Inventory • Cash Handling • Website • Cashiers • Terminal training New system to be installed for the first preseason game. • Cooks • Basic Grill / Fryer training Training to be directed by the culinary team • All Members • Responsible Alcohol Service • Food Safety and Sanitation • “E” class
  • 21. Day Of Event Operations • Limited parking (with Pass) is in the Purple Lot pass permitting •Arrive at Gate A wearing black pants, white shirt and closed toe shoes •Check-in at Gate A, photo ID required with date of birthLevy Restaurant’s Signature • Please limit personalCarrot Cake created by our items Company Mom Eadie Levy
  • 22. Next StepsVisit our website at www.DomeNFP.com foradditional information.Contact us !Scott Lantz NFP Program Managerslantz@levyrestaurants.gadome.com404-223-8582Shelly McAlister NFP Staffing Coordinatorsmcalister@levyrestaurants.gadome.comGeorge Blieka Assistant Director of Operationsgblieka@levyrestaurants.com