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1 Non Profit volunteer Program overview

2 Levy Restaurants Npo – A community Opportunity
1 Did you know that Non-Profit organizations received over $283,000 in donations at TWC Arena over the season of events with Levy Restaurants? Did you know that donations per Non-Profit organizations can range from $200 to $1000 per event?* The next question should be … How does my organization get involved? This packet will give you all the information you need to know to become part of the Levy Volunteer Team. If you have any questions, please contact Aaron Hinson at: Levy Restaurants – Time Warner Cable Arena Phone: (704) Fax: (704) * Please note that this packet provides a general overview of the Non-Profit Volunteer program. The actual terms, conditions and requirements for Non-Profit groups are contained in the Non-Profit Services Agreement. If anything in this packet is contrary to the terms of the Non-Profit Services Agreement, the terms of the Non-Profit Services Agreement shall prevail. 2 3

Since our entrepreneurial founding in 1978, Levy has grown from a single delicatessen in Chicago, to an industry-leading food organization. Today, as a result of commitment to maintaining a restaurateur mindset, Levy Restaurants has been recognized as one of America’s fastest growing companies in the industry, with one of the most diverse portfolios that celebrates food in restaurants, sports stadiums, arenas, convention centers, zoos, racetracks, and music festivals in every major market. Levy Restaurants at Time Warner Cable Arena Time Warner Cable Arena is a 18,000 seat facility that is home to the Charlotte Bobcats NBA Basketball team. Other events hosted at the Arena have included: the Democratic National Convention, the ACC Tournament, Charlotte Checkers Hockey, Concerts, Wrestlemania, Monster Jam, and the NCAA 1st and 2nd rounds. There is always something going on here at TWC Arena and Levy is the Premium Food & Beverage Service provider for all events. Levy’s services cover all areas from Concessions to Suites & Catering. Our Vision – The Levy Difference As a family of passionate restaurateurs, we live “The Levy Difference” by creating great restaurant experiences wherever our innovative approach might take us. Our Values There are three Levy Values that guide everything we do – family, passionate, and restaurateur. Our Guests As restaurateurs, we never forget the value of each customer and how important it is to continuously focus on what they need, and anticipate what might make their overall experience enjoyable.

4 NPO Volunteer Expectations

5 Volunteer Requirements
All volunteers must be at least 16 years of age to participate at TWC Arena. Anyone selling or serving alcohol must be at least 18 years of age and must attend all required training sessions. We have something for every size organization, large or small. If you know of another organization that you would like to partner with to fill a stand or you would like Levy to partner you with another group please let us know. If your organization has enough volunteers to fill more than one stand we can certainly consider it!

6 Training Requirements
All volunteers must complete all Levy training programs before being able to participate at an event, this includes but not limited to Creating Legends, Regulatory Compliance Alcohol Services, and Non-Profit/Concession Training. Several training sessions are provided prior to the beginning of the season and others are scheduled periodically throughout the season as needed.

7 UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS Each organization will be responsible for making sure that their volunteers are in proper uniform one hour prior to gates opening. The proper uniform consists of: * Levy issued shirt & hat– clean and neat * Levy issued apron – clean and neat * Black dress pants (Dockers type) clean and pressed. Black Shorts, Capris, Jeans, Cut-offs, Cheer Shorts, and Sweat Pants are strictly forbidden. * Closed toe, closed heel, rubber soled, (slip resistant shoes preferred) – in good condition (no holes) Sandals are NOT permitted. Hair that is shoulder length or longer must be pulled up. .

8 Required Paperwork 501(c) (3) Group Insurance
Each organization must certify that they are a Not-For-Profit, tax exempt organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Group Insurance Each organization is responsible to provide insurance coverage as set forth in the Non-Profit Services Agreement. Not for Profit Service Agreement Each group must sign an agreement that outlines the policies and procedures that must be followed. A copy of your Federal Tax Identification Number must be furnished with the signed service group agreement. Letter of Intent Each group must sign an agreement that outlines the policies and procedures that must be followed. A copy of your Federal Tax Identification Number must be furnished with the signed service group agreement. Federal Tax Requirements – W9

9 Pay Structure

10 2013 – 2014 Pay Structure Standard Donation Payout
Concession Stands & Beer Portables Food % of Net Sales Beverages 6% of Net Sales $200 minimum donation on full-size stands. Minimum staffing requirements must be met to receive minimum payout $35 per person will be given to back up groups Donation Payout Example Total Donation $767.66 Base Gross Sales Tax Net Sales % Earned Donation Food Sales $ $294.67 $ 8% $392.83 Beverage Sales $ $374.83 $ 6%

11 Incentives Volunteering at TWC Arena on a consistent basis can really pay off! Groups who work 10 EVENTS will receive an additional 1% of Food and Beverage Sales. Groups who work 20 EVENTS will receive an additional 2% of Food and Beverage Sales. *Concert placement will be based on number of events worked in the event that more groups volunteer than are needed for the event. *7% and 9% *8% and 10%

12 Conclusion


14 A Community Opportunity…
-A real “Win/Win” for your organization… -Maximum Profit for minimal time investment -Opportunities to grow income with incentive program -Team Building -Sign in location that recognizes your organization -More than 100 opportunities during season to volunteer -Money raised will far exceed any car wash, candy sale, etc

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