Tuesday, 26 May 2020 13:14

Free training offered for restaurant COVID-19 compliance in Richmond, Scotland counties

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HAMLET — As North Carolina enters Phase II of the re-opening process, restaurants need to be sure they are operating within the state guidelines. Yes, this is important for health and safety, but it can also be an opportunity to gain the trust of consumers and increase the integrity of your brand.

In this free training session, we will gather in a simulated restaurant to learn the best practices for effectively operating each area of your restaurant. You and your staff will be able to tap the knowledge of the restaurant professionals from Griffin Marketing Group, a premier independent manufacturer’s firm for the Foodservice Equipment industry with over 150 years of combined foodservice experience.

We hope you will plan for you and your staff to attend. Attendance will be limited for proper social distancing. There will be four identical sessions in Richmond County on Wednesday, and four identical sessions in Scotland County on Thursday so that you can stagger your staff attendance as needed: Group 1- 9 a.m., Group 2- 11 a.m., Group 3- 1 p.m., Group 4- 3 p.m. (Please register for the appropriate time and location.)

Speaker(s): Adam Goldenberg, vice president, CPMR, CFSP, Serv-Safe Certified; and Arturo Marchand, ​outside sales representative

Co-Sponsor(s): Richmond Community College, Richmond County Chamber of Commerce, Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce

We recommend face masks be worn for this training. Please avoid the training if experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. Thank you.

 

 


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