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Spotlight SPOKANE: Increase Efficiency (Maximize Savings)

One of the great benefits of membership with Washington Hospitality is the Allied membership Community. Using energy efficiently is a sound business practice that improves profitability, reduces greenhouse gas emissions,

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Credit Card Processing (a guide to fees)

Estimates of the use of credit cards in hotels have been compiled by CBRE Hotels Americas Research, and along with rising percentages of revenue derived from commissions, risk has declined with

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Farm to Table | TAYLOR SHELLFISH FARMS

For Marco, the farm-to-table movement isn’t just some vague abstraction lost in limbo. He implies that we all have a role to play in its development. “It’s about expressing your values through your buying power”.

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Farm to Table | SOUND FRESH CLAMS & OYSTERS

“Pursuing farm-to-table values, for them, is about doing your best to live between the lines that you’ve drawn. It’s about the direction behind your intention. And their that-a-way objective, in itself, is enough for them to carry on”.

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Farm to Table | Shepherd’s Grain

“The wisest farmer, he suggests, appreciates the fact that they grow food: a life-giving product to be eaten rather than a mere product to be sold. Regardless of your age or vocation, Shepherd’s Grain urges us to think about the future: the resources we’re leaving for future generations. It’s their land to inherit”.

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Washington Restaurant Weekly: WRA RETRO program returns $7.6 million to members

Great news for our members! As of next week, the WRA’s RETRO program will have returned $7.6 million to its participants.