Tag: Restaurant Association of Maryland
Restaurant Association of Md. CEO: Staffing and supply shortages continue to threaten the industry’s post-pandemic recovery
Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston said Thursday that staffing and supply shortages are still among the most serious challenges facing the restaurant industry.Read More
Inflation, uncertainly related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and both supply and staffing shortages are among the greatest challenges facing the restaurant industry, Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston told MarylandReporter.com on Friday.Read More
Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston said Wednesday that one of the major long-term challenges facing the industry is the rise in the price of commodities and the concern that restaurants may have to charge customers more money for food and service.Read More
While many Marylanders are becoming more and more apprehensive about the prospect of millions of harmless little insects known as cicadas flooding the state in the coming weeks the President and CEO of the Restaurant Association of Maryland is not one of them.Read More
Restaurant Association of Maryland CEO: Retaining employees is the biggest challenge for restaurants
Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston said Tuesday that the biggest challenge for restaurants in the near-term future is retaining enough employees to serve the increased number of customers who have recently decided to dine out.Read More
MarylandReporter.com spoke with Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston on Monday to get an update on how that industry is faring in the face of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions which limit occupant capacity.Read More
MarylandReporter.com spoke with Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston on Friday. The interview comes a day after Gov. Larry Hogan announced the lifting of an order he issued in November that requires the state’s bars and restaurants to close by 10 p.m.Read More
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on Maryland’s restaurant industry and many establishments may soon close their doors for good if they do not receive substantial financial assistance from the government, according to the president and CEO of the Restaurant Association of Maryland.Read More
Restaurant Association of Maryland president Marshall Weston called on state officials to allow restaurants to increase their indoor dining capacity from 50% to 75% in order to prevent what many fear could be a significant drop in patronage once winter arrives.Read More
Maryland Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Christine Ross said the numbers in the federal government’s latest jobs report are cause for concern because they call into question the extent to which the nation’s economy has recovered from months of coronavirus lockdowns.Read More
Gov. Hogan’s benchmarks to re-open economy tighter than those set by White HouseRead More
In Maryland nearly 150,000 restaurant employees have lost their jobs and 40% of all restaurants are closed – that’s 4,500 businesses.
Restaurants are the most impacted industry in America, and we cannot stand by and let them fail.
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