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Efficient controls, communication and collaboration play a role in Levi’s Stadium’s operations and during Super Bowl 50.
By Eric Slack

For most people, the Super Bowl is simply an annual event, a reason to gather around the television and celebrate the crowning of a new NFL champion. They take for granted the massive amount of preparation that is required to pull off such a huge undertaking. For the San Francisco 49ers and Levi’s Stadium, however, making sure Super Bowl 50 went off without a hitch took years of work and collaboration.

Close relationships with vendors ensure that American Casino and Entertainment Properties’ casino properties run smoothly.

AmericanCasino2016The Las Vegas Strip has no shortage of eye-popping hotels and other attractions, but the Stratosphere Tower literally tops them all. Standing on the northern end of the famed strip, the 1,149-foot-tall structure is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States as well as the home to a revolving restaurant and three thrill rides. The tower is the centerpiece of a gaming and hotel complex that includes a 2,427-room hotel, an 80,000-square-foot casino and a 110,000-square-foot retail area.


Butterball implements new systems and improves its infrastructure to meet the increasing demands of its customers.
By Janice Hoppe

Butterball is leveraging technology and building its largest regional distribution center to date in the Southeast to meet its customers’ demands. “At Butterball we handle it all,” Director of Logistics Dan DiGrazio says. “Anything post-production our team takes over and ensures the customer gets our classic products at the right place and at the right time.”

Rodney Strong Wine Estates operates with a single mission: “to craft exceptional Sonoma County wines that reflect our passion and creativity.” Although its wine is well recognized and enjoyed throughout the country today, the winery has yet to say “mission accomplished.” “We are much closer than we were 26 years ago, but striving for excellence is a continuous process,” says John Leyden, vice president of packaging and distribution. “We are proud of how far we have come and our goal is to keep getting better and better. I consider us one of the top wineries in Sonoma County and in California for that matter.” 

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