As Some Cities Loosen COVID-19 Mandates, Guide Offers Best Practices for Safe Reopening
Top hospitality industry leaders will share business solutions to the greatest economic challenge of our lifetime
What the reopening could look like, and what the industry could expect going forward.
Video includes best practices for safety, hygiene, cleaning and disinfecting, and social distancing
Health Communications, Inc. (HCI) announced the release of eTIPS Off Premise and Delivery, a web-based training and certification program specifically designed for people who work in a place where alcohol delivery or takeout is available. This includes liquor, grocery, and convenience stores as well as bars and restaurants that offer alcohol delivery and/or pick-up services. In addition, the certification course provides health and safety best practices for both employers and employees.
Makes operational changes to ensure safety of guests and team members
After eight long weeks, most of us in North America are now shifting our mindset from crisis mode to recovery mode. Governments and health authorities are releasing reopening plans for our communities. And everyone is feeling the responsibility of getting it right as the world reopens for business.
JobsOhio and the Ohio Department of Commerce's Division of Liquor Control today announced they will offer a one-time rebate to bars and restaurants to defray the cost of restocking high-proof spirituous liquor. Beginning in mid-May, JobsOhio will provide a $500 rebate in high-proof spirituous liquor to eligible permits for purchases made through Ohio Liquor Contract Liquor Agencies. Permit holders must register to be eligible for rebate.
The company's latest donation of 621,000 pounds of food will help fight critical meal shortages for families across the country
Family-style meals, batch cocktails, and groceries are all helping to generate revenues in this all-off-premises restaurant market.