This last year has been hard, particularly for local restaurants. They’ve endured the pandemic, wildfires, and a pretty nasty ice storm. And now, more than ever, could use a little extra love from all of us! This summer, we’re promoting several of them in this video, celebrating these local establishments and the communities they serve. They’re all places that represent an Oregon kind of energy - one that thrives on resiliency, innovation and sustainability.
If you’re a small business that could use a little extra love, don’t hesitate to ask. We’re here for you too, with valuable resources to help you save time, money and energy.
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These local businesses were forced to change and adapt, often at a moment’s notice. In overcoming these challenges, we are inspired by their energy, drive and commitment – how they continued to serve their communities and show compassion for their neighbors during these trying times. It’s an Oregon kind of energy, one that’s creative, resilient, innovative and worthy of our applause. And appetite!
Be sure to connect with Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association (ORLA), the leading business association for the foodservice and lodging industry in Oregon. A not-for-profit trade organization, ORLA advocates for over 10,000 foodservice locations and more than 2,000 lodging establishments in Oregon. ORLA serves as the leading industry advocate, striving to protect, improve and promote Oregon Hospitality. Learn more and join today.