Definition of concessionaire
: the owner or operator of a concession; especially : one that operates a refreshment stand at a recreational center
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The concessionaire that runs Brooks Camp, Katmailand, Inc., also operates a couple of other top-shelf fishing lodges in the region.
Lodging For lodging inside the park (three lodges, four canvas tent villages) see travelyosemite.com/lodging (concessionaire website).
The Senior Pass generally does not cover or reduce fees charged by concessionaires, and it is not honored by Washington State Parks.
Park officials say Gervais Dylan Gatete of Raleigh, an employee of park concessionaire Xanterra Parks and Resorts, fell into a spring in the Lower Geyser Basin on Tuesday.
The biggest increase was in the largest sector, food concessionaires, which tends to vary from quarter to quarter with convention and pro sports schedules.
Guest Services, Inc., founded in Virginia in 1917, is one of a handful of concessionaires that provides contracts to the National Park Service.
The new Chick-fil-A is operated by HMSHost, the airport’s food and beverage concessionaire, the airport has said.
Selection of concessionaires could come at a 6 p.m. City Council meeting Tuesday, May 16, at City Hall, 100 Avenida Presidio.
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Origin and Etymology of concessionaire
French concessionnaire, from concession
First Known Use: 1839See Words from the same year
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Definition of concessionaire for English Language Learners
: a person or business that has been given the right to sell something on property owned by someone else : a person or business that has been given a concession (sense 4a)
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