Weekly Update — Spokane County hospitality relief fund

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[WIN] Spokane County creates $10.8 million hospitality relief program

Spokane County has approved federal CARES Act monies to establish a coronavirus relief grant program for hospitality businesses. Your local government affairs team worked hard on this grant program to ensure members receive relief funding. Hospitality businesses may be eligible for up to $20,000 in grant relief. For details, click here.

Spokane Chapter members — an important briefing on the details of this grant will be held at 9 a.m., Nov. 4. Click here.

[GAC Meeting] Help determine legislative priorities

Your participation in our Government Affairs Committee is vital, not only during these challenging times, but also once we return to normal. We need your input, so join the GAC meeting at 10 a.m. Nov. 17. Click here to register.

Sign up for the Government Affairs newsletter

Stay up-to-date on the issues that affect our industry. Sign up today for the Government Affairs newsletter. Email Katie Doyle at katied@wahospitality.org.

[CEO Podcast] Join Anthony Anton in conversation with Ron Oh

Washington Hospitality Association CEO Anthony Anton will host new board chair, Ron Oh, from the Holiday Inn Express North Seattle–Shoreline in this month’s CEO Podcast. Join us at 10 a.m., Nov. 4.

Brought to you by ERNwest. To register, click here.

Association member saves over $11,000 in business insurance premiums

Nelson & Phelps Hospitality recently switched to our association business insurance program and saved over $11,000 in premiums. On average, members save 22% on premiums when switching to our program. To get a quote, contact Logan Dozier at logand@wahospitality.org.

New all-virtual health care: Virtual Plus

A new, entirely virtual health care option is now available through the association’s partner, HIHIT. With Virtual Plus, most of your care, including specialist care starts with a virtual visit. From there, you can be referred to an in-person visit if necessary, at a lower cost than if you had started with an in-person visit. Learn more by contacting Ken Wells at kenw@wahospitality.org.

Training

ServSafe Manager Online is here to stay

Washington can’t have in-person ServSafe Manager classes, but your employees can still get certified online. Employees can take the course and exam with an online proctor, all from the safety of their own homes, at their own pace. Register here.

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