The US Restaurant Alliance is unique in that it offers ALL of the services needed by independent restaurants ... at a price they can afford! But don't take our word for it. Hear what a variety of business leaders and restaurant operators have to say.
It's true that we’re living in very challenging times. And the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) for the restaurant and hospitality industry has never experienced such fast and extraordinary changes in such a short time. Ron and Kirk have thought long and hard about how to help overwhelmed operators who are sifting through information and advice available with little solutions before options of reduced staff/hours/services and eventually closures.
Seeking solutions they are collectively working with their network to source power in numbers. Part of that plan includes The US Restaurant Alliance to help others work with commercial landlords to restructure property and equipment lease agreements (a fixed cost) to help keep independents alive.
Food and labor monitoring, reviewing operating costs, and strategies (variable costs) have helped only mildly for establishments looking for solutions to keep under control. But when it comes to rent, it’s much harder to bring costs down quickly. With a comprehensible plan that works for operations, marketing and more - it's a community that cares that truly helps others in our industry find solutions improving our industry as a whole. Without their innovative solutions, to reach a larger Nationwide problem, many will face dire consequences for small businesses to make a large part of our local economies. It takes passion to push a project with this magnitude and I know they will succeed.
The US Restaurant Alliance is a terrific resource for restaurant owners. They have talented leadership with a ton of restaurant experience. They can come in and help you with staff training, marketing assistance, debt restructuring and help to get your feet underneath you firmly so that you can be successful.
So if you haven’t already, you should check out the US Restaurant Alliance for your business!
My Name is Preston Hagman. You may know my father, Larry Hagman who played the astronaut, Major Anthony Nelson in the TV show ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ from the 60s and as the oil baron, JR Ewing from the TV Show ‘Dallas’ in the 70s.
What you may not know is that I went on to have a successful career in aerospace engineering and software development. And as I love the food industry so much, I also started and ran a restaurant that was quite successful until the Great Recession of 2007-2009. Like so many in the business, I had to close my doors at that time.
Much like the Great Recession, these are tough times for the restaurant and services industry. Thankfully, the services offered by US Restaurant Alliance has the potential to help this industry get back on its feet. If this was offered back when I had my restaurant it might have been a game changer. I have known MJ for many years and believe he and his team can help lead this industry into much better times.
Again, my name is Preston Hagman and I believe in the US Restaurant Alliance!