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Contemporary Services Corporation Signs Two Year Contract With University of Washington

December 9, 2010

NORTHRIDGE, Calif., Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Contemporary Services Corporation (CSC), the world’s largest event security firm, announces its two year contract renewal with the University of Washington (UW). UW has been a client for more than ten years, and CSC provides security and ticket taking services for all UW home football games under the direction of Scott Baebler, Assistant Athletic Director for Event and Facility Operations, Dan Gaston, Event Operations Manager, and Darla Van Winkle, Program Coordinator and Assistant Event Manager.

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Founded in 1861, UW is the largest university in the Northwestern United States and one of the oldest universities on the West Coast. The UW Huskies have won fifteen conference titles and two national football championships, the first in 1960 under head coach Jim Owens and the second in 1991 under head coach Don James. Some of the great players in UW football history include Steve Emtman, Lincoln Kennedy, Corey Dillon, Mark Brunell, Olin Kreutz, Blair Bush, Hugh McElhenny, Lawyer Milloy, D’Marco Farr and Warren Moon.

CSC is the world leader in crowd management, security, event staffing and guest services for the entertainment and sporting event industries. With more than 43 years of experience, CSC has garnered a loyal and esteemed client base, including more than 100 stadiums and arenas, over 70 universities and colleges, more than 20 convention centers, and numerous clients in the MLB, MLS, NBA, NFL, NHL, and NASCAR. CSC also has experience providing services for the world’s most prestigious special events, including College Bowl Games, Final Four Tournaments, US Open Tennis, 29 Super Bowls, 7 Olympic Games, 4 Presidential Inaugurations, and 2 World Cups. CSC operates more than 45 branch locations throughout the United States and Canada.

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