Turn Your Bar, Pub and Restaurant Into a Community Convenience Centre
There’s nothing like a profound challenge to test ones mettle.
Unprecedented times calls for uncommon clarity.
W Short Hospitality: @wshorthosiptality
Hats off to Sydney pub operator Short Hotels presently transforming their venues into Community Convenience Centres, offering needs based services:
1. Essentials such as toilet paper and other necessities
2. Food staples prepared in their kitchens
3. Selling alcohol from their licensed premises
Finding ways to keep employees working whilst supporting local communities is a breathtaking way to turn adversity into a social good that benefits all.
Can you turn your Bar, Pub, Restaurant into a Community Convenience Centre?
Photo courtesy: https://www.theshout.com.au/news/short-hotels-transforms-pubs-into-convenience-stores/
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