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Jani-King goes out to the ballgame

November 04, 2011
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DALLAS — Contributing to the winning experience of the past MLB post-season was Jani-King, the leader in stadium cleaning services, according to a press release.

For the "King of Clean," October was a busy month, as franchise owners put in extra effort to ensure a clean stadium and greater fan experience during the American League Division Series (ALDS), American League Championship Series (ALCS) and World Series, the release stated.

"During the regular season, we use anywhere from 100-110 people for post-game clean-up," said Endri Caraj, operations manager for Jani-King of Detroit.

"For the ALCS, we utilized 130 people after each game. One of the challenges we faced was the timing because the fans stayed much longer after the game. There were a lot of media and the stadium officials had a special area allocated just for them. We had to pay extra attention to that area and be careful while working around the media equipment," Carai added.

According to the release, fans at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington also benefited by enjoying their second World Series appearance in as many years in clean surroundings, including all restrooms and suites.

Rangers Ballpark is widely recognized as one of the finest ballparks in the nation, and Jani-King stadium cleaning services once again came through in the clutch, the release noted.

Click here to read the complete release.

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