**For Immediate Release**
Sodexho Serves Campus and Community
-released by OPSU Campus Communications 03-29-2006
Goodwell, Okla. - Oklahoma Panhandle State University
seeks to provide a low-cost, quality education in a friendly
yet collegial atmosphere. Small class sizes and caring
faculty provide every student the opportunity for success.
Even though placed in a rural setting, OPSU offers a number
of amenities typically found in larger areas. The Aggie
apartments offer a modern alternative for campus living,
and the Noble Activity and Cultural Center welcomes students
to take advantage of exercise as well as the opportunity
OPSU also offers students, employees
and the whole community a variety of enticing food selections
seven days a week through Sodexho, the campus food service
provider. Anyone may enjoy the cafeteria’s diverse
selection of meal and side dishes for a reasonable price.
Monday through Saturday, the cafeteria is open for breakfast
from 7:30-9, for lunch from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., and for supper
from 5-6:30. On the weekends, supper is served from 5-6
on Saturday an d Sunday, and a Sunday brunch is offered
from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Patrons may eat all they like for
$4.50 for breakfast, $5.25 for lunch and $6.25 for supper.
The Aggie Grille serves the only Starbucks coffee available
within 100 miles and also sells Tazo tea. They offer
short order items including hamburgers and chicken wraps.
In addition, breakfast burritos, salads, a soup of the
day, pizza, plus chicken and tuna salad are available
for those short on time. According to Daniel Ghrayyeb,
Sodexho manager, “A good lunch in the Grille is
less than $6.00.” The Aggie Grille is open Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m. through 1:30 p.m.
One of the best kept secrets remains
service. The experienced staff offers a freshly cooked,
professionally catered meal for up to 300 people. Many
local clubs and businesses use the OPSU Student Union Ballroom
for meetings and enjoy banquets. A wide variety of menu
items are available, and smoked meat tops the list of requested
items. Ghrayyeb said, “We smoke our own prime rib
and brisket and maintain a variety of woods to smoke the
meat, such as hickory and mesquite. Some customers request
the smoked entrees again and again. Our catering service
is versatile, and we’re accustomed to working within
a customer’s budget.”
For more information about the many things Sodexho has
to offer the community, call Daniel at 580-349-1006 or
email him at email@example.com. For information about
using the ballroom for a club event, phone Jessica Lofland
at 580-349-1362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.