Dan Jensen

Delaware North

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Consultant to Delaware North, where he formerly served as President of Operations at Yosemite

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After 20 years of operating the hotels, cabins and recreational facilities at Yosemite National Park, the Delaware North Company lost last year's bid to renew its contract.

Yosemite Park: What's in a Name?

After 20 years of operating the hotels, cabins and recreational facilities at Yosemite National Park, the Delaware North Company lost last year's bid to renew its contract.

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