Tuesday, October 9, 2012

It's now free for members to Conserve!

The National Restaurant Association’s Conserve initiative is designed to inspire actions that improve a company’s bottom line, but also are good for people and the planet. Conserve explores conservation efforts being adopted by restaurant around the nation, and in Louisiana, and offers suggestions and resources to help you reduce the cost of running your operation—both for your bottom line and the environment.

Beginning Oct. 1, the Conserve program is now free to Louisiana Restaurant Association restaurant members, who are also members of the NRA through the dual member program.
Several restaurants in the New Orleans area have already taken action. Two LRA members—Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group (RBRG) and Ye Olde College Inn –participated in the first Idea Zone at the recent Louisiana Foodservice and Hospitality EXPO to share their progress and successes in the sustainability arena.

Restaurant Management magazine featured the Idea Zone Restaurant Sustainability Initiatives panelists in the article, Restaurateurs Offer Eco-Friendly Solutions just last week.  Five ways to shrink a carbon footprint were outlined from RBRG’s Chef Haley Bittermann, Ye Olde’s Johnny Blancher and Tales of the Cocktail event founder Ann Tuennerman.

The NRA Conserve can help you implement a plan today by providing industry-tried best practices, educational videos by industry experts, money-saving techniques and a personalize action plan.

It’s free and can save you big bucks and win you more customers in the process.

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