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Our current times have caused so many of us to REMIX the way we're doing things just to survive and the restaurant industry has been one of the hardest hit industries in our community. We, along with the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington and DMV Black Restaurant Week, would like to invite you to partner with us for our virtual concert entitled Art of the Matter: The Remix. We’d love for you to offer food and beverage packages to our watch party hosts on the day and night of our event on October 8th.
It has been 5 months since our world has been turned upside down and operations have had to be reimagined and reworked. While the face of dining looks different right now, your businesses and staff remain at the core of your success.
With the start of each new week, we can hardly believe what we all have persevered through, and what has been accompli
We know you all treaded lightly this week and assessed service options waiting for any updates on operational allowanc
In Virginia,
Leaders from across the region have been keeping a close eye on the public health data. If numbers don’t come down in the next several days, we may need to take appropriate dial back steps to manage the spread of the virus. 
As you are well aware, we are in the middle of a heat wave with temperatures above 95, and there have been heat adviso
We can help save the restaurant industry. 
Each week, the RAMW team aims to provide you with relevant and timely updates as you navigate the current business climate. Today, we are sharing new training options for you, as well as sharing important updates from Virginia and DC. 
Heading into the weekend, we want to remind you of important information on FREE testing.
Attention RAMW members!
I hope you found some brief moments of downtime during the holiday weekend.
On July 4, President Trump signed into law a bill that allows potential borrowers another five weeks to get a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan.  Many restaurants elected not to