Camping World Stadium crews focused on health, safety through massive cleaning effort

ORLANDO, Fla. — Camping World Stadium is the only venue in North America that pulls off three bowl games each year, and doing it during a pandemic is a feat in itself.

With one down and two to go, Channel 9 got a look at the work involved in getting to this point and the greater message the city wants to send.

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Nonstop disinfecting of the locker rooms of Camping World Stadium was just the start of the challenge of getting the venue ready for its trio of college football bowl games.

On the eve of the stadium’s second of three bowls games this month, Florida Citrus Sports CEO Steve Hogan championed the venue’s comprehensive health, safety and sanitation plan.

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He said the most important step is how the city spared no expense in achieving a star rating from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council, or G-BAC, an international entity that directs facilities on strict safety protocols against infectious diseases.

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