USA: Lawsuit Claims Safeco Field Beer Vendor Received Illegal Price Breaks on Suds

By Company Press Release | 4 August 2000

Anyone who has purchased a beer at Safeco Field knows that brews do not come cheap at the Northwest's premier ballpark. However, according to a class action lawsuit filed today, the concessionaire at Safeco Field is reaping a windfall profit over and above the cost of the premium-priced beer, all through an elaborate -- and illegal -- conspiracy between a local brewery, its distributor and concessionaires.

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Anyone who has purchased a beer at Safeco Field knows that brews do not come cheap at the Northwest's premier ballpark. However, according to a class action lawsuit filed today, the concessionaire at Safeco Field is reaping a windfall profit over and above the cost of the premium-priced beer, all through an elaborate -- and illegal -- conspiracy between a local brewery, its distributor and concessionaires.

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