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  1. Honestly? Everything, badly placed, prohibitively expensive,( a couple of hours at the experience was dearer than a day ticket at Alton towers,) poorly organised very hard to book ( for example you could never book a works day out properly, you could get the karts for a morning but the restaurant wasn’t available or the laser quest would be booked out the same day, it just seemed like an outdated idea by the time it was operational,
  2. He did, but then freely admitted that Tony and David Jameson drew up the shortlist interviewed the candidates then awarded the contract! Nothing to see here I tell you.
  3. Bearing in mind, of course, that Jim Gillespie stated aim is to change kibble from a “Paisley based education and care centre to the countries leading social enterprise’ it’ll be an interesting couple of years! TEX was an absolute disaster there’s no getting away from it, so 400k into the buds? A drop in the ocean rather than the albatross when saying you’re a social enterprise,
  4. Asigura has definitely lost the contract as the fella was back at kibble Tuesday morning labouring for his pal putting a new in Jim’s new boardroom
  5. That’s hilarious, both the stewarding contract and the catering contract were stripped from the renderworks linked company & replaced by reputable companies that’s a win for everyone who cares about the reputation of the club
  6. Well bud, like a lot of folks here my names on the wall, been following st Mirren since the early 80s, Started on the clarkes bus, survived the “reeking in Brechin” trip, teamed up briefly with JBs we moved to the wee barrel, watched Tom Henry pour the worst pint in history while propping up mark yardley! left there when the owner turned *** and kicked us out for the price of a sausage roll Headed over to the old onetwo onetwo, before moving to Lang’s and settled down there ever since! don’t normally post in forums, because it means interacting with folk like yourself, never a pleasant experience, but felt an injection of positivity was called for.
  7. Nope that’s purely down to the board of chief executive making a balls up of contracting out the pie stalls, kibble catering were never going to attempt this, way too many issues, the most important being staffing / manning the actual kiosks, I reckon kibbles got maybe 12 catering staff in total, no way could they even look at taking this on realistically
  8. See the problem there is your playing the man instead of the ball, if you think any Kibble employee would be defending Jim Gillespie or mark McMillan? you’d be delusional,
  9. More importantly, I’ve been a buddie a lot longer than I’ve worked for kibble and if they make a baws of this ? there’s going to be hell to pay!
  10. Right well, here’s the background! Donald Munro (executive chef) genuinely is a top level, fine dining chef, he’s cooked at the highest level in London, Dubai and Skibo castle, when “the experience” was being developed as an entertainment venue for kibbles YPs Donald was looking for a less stressful working environment to spend more time with his family, the experience had a training kitchen for the young people and a large restaurant, serving the venue, doing large scale catering events, including “do’s” for st Mirren, braehead clan ? (Ice hockey team I think that’s the name!) STV used it as well. They’ve been feeding the team, youth academy and training facility since the kibble buy in without any difficulties, so I don’t see any downside to this, My main point is that while there is a lot of questions about the kibble tie-in, this is just folk doing there job, hopefully doing it well, money in the bank, young folk getting training and the fans getting well fed.
  11. I can confirm that hospitality and the team’s catering etc will be done by kibbles own catering staff, the kiosks etc are an entirely separate contract, I do know that the executive chef and head chef for kibble are 2 hugely experienced fellas at the top of their game and if, IF, giving a fair run at this, we, the fans, will see good things hitting the tables on match days and, importantly more revenue for the club through hospitality, so as confusing as all the kibble talk is just now, I wish Donald, Gordon and the kibble team all the best! COYS
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