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FanFood, a mobile platform for ordering concessions, is making a push into high school sports to serve as a proving ground for its technology.
A first-time veteran entrepreneur, Carson has been named “25 under 25” by ChicagoInno, and is an alum of Bunker Labs, Future Founders and 1871, the largest tech startup incubator in America.
For at least the next three years, UNC-Chapel football and basketball fans won’t have to miss a game’s biggest moments because they’re waiting in line at the concession stand.
Gamecock Athletics signed a one-year deal to bring online ordering to the concession stands at athletic events. The app is called FanFood, which is a startup company based out of Chicago.
Carson Goodale is the Founder of FanFood, a mobile ordering platform dedicated to enhancing the guest experience at live events. The consumer app allows fans to explore concessions, order-ahead for express pick-up, or get them delivered to their seat.
Simply put, this partnership with Samsung is a method to feasibly enable operators or concessionaires to get started utilizing FanFood all while providing ongoing support from start to finish.
FanFood has pledged to enter the 1 Billion Meals Challenge as a member of the Feeding America® Enterprise Society, donating one meal* for every order placed on the FanFood platform in order to expand Feeding America's efforts to end hunger.
National Booster Club Training Council (NBCTC) and FanFood Offer Booster Clubs Opportunities for Success
NBCTC and FanFood, Inc. have joined together to provide booster clubs and extracurricular programs throughout the United States with educational materials including guides, strategies, and news articles related to booster club management and fundraising.