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MEMBERSHIP MATTERS
Invest in the future of your business and industry
MEMBERSHIP MATTERS
Invest in the future of your business and industry
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Today’s Goals
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Introductions
Discuss Your Priorities
Membership Overview
• Hyatt Hotels NRA Membership
History
• Our Member Value
• How NRA Brings it Together at
the National Level
• Your NRA Team
Membership & Your State
Key Points
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WE EXIST TO HELP
Founded in 1919, the National Restaurant
Association exists to help members – the
cornerstone of their communities – build
customer loyalty, rewarding careers and financial
success.
• We are the largest foodservice trade
association in the world.*
• We serve to represent and advocate for the
industry’s interests with state, local and
national policymakers, protecting our
members’ bottom line.
• We have your foodservice interests in mind,
we vet tools and resources to take the
burden off of you and ultimately make you
more successful.
*largest by membership
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INDUSTRY SNAPSHOT
There’s strength in the numbers
47%
share of the food dollar
980,000
restaurant locations in the US
13,100,000
restaurant-industry employees
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When we
come together
as an industry,
our collective
voice will be
stronger and
our impact will
be greater than
it would be on
our own.
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STRONGER TOGETHER
Our collective voice is stronger
500,000
restaurant business members
750
staff members* working for you
Advocacy,
networking,
education and
research are
possible
because of the
NRA’s vast
reach and our
members.
*in partnership with state restaurant associations (SRA)
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MEMBERSHIP, SIMPLIFIED
Every member has unique
needs, but we all have a
common purpose. That’s
why we’ll develop a
membership approach that
works best for you, and
addresses what matters
most to your business.
Saving time, headaches
and delivering the most
value.
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HYATT HOTELS
MEMBERSHIP HISTORY
Corporate Membership
 Meet requirements of 8+ units, 5+ states
 Complimentary Illinois Restaurant
Association membership (HQ state)
 Dues based on total annual foodservice
sales (F&B): $28,606
 Long-standing members since at least
1999 through 2013
 Patrick Donnelly incoming IRA Board
Member
Written Commitment by June 30th to Renew for 2014
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MEMBERSHIP ENGAGEMENT
Team Involvement
 Current Hyatt Roster primarily food & beverage
 Well-rounded Membership Roster to engage all
teams based largely on how you run your business
 Operations
 Nutrition
 Human Resources
 Finance
 Marketing
 IT
 Plus Government Affairs & More
 NRA Executive Briefing Centers – Meet with Key
NRA leaders on issues most pressing to you
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Membership Matters
Member Value that help the bottom line
Advocacy
representing their voice for peace-of-mind
Research & Insights
resources to stay ahead of emerging trends
Education & Networking
opportunities to connect and learn
We offer our
members a
wide range of
benefits. From
Main Street to
Capitol Hill, our
activities drive
our industry
forward.
Tools & Solutions
resources to grow revenues and develop
employees
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HOW WE BRING IT TOGETHER
Example of Health Care Reform and Member Value
Health care is key Issue with
unique Industry needs
• Steep costs for operators
• Complex to implement
Advocated for and
Represent industry
• Issue since 1992
• Oppose law
• Bring Voice to Congress
Provide Tools and Solutions to comply
• Health Care Headquarters
• Employee Notification & Exchange Portal
• NRA Health Care Law Primer
• UnitedHealthcare (Discounts)
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Gather Research and
insights to make case
• One-on-One Meetings
• Research studies
Prepare members with Education and
Networking resources
• Public Affairs Conference
• Member Webinars & 1-on-1 Meetings
• HR/Finance/Tax Executive Study Groups
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Advocacy &
Representation
Advancing Industry Interests
The NRA Policy and Government Affairs team,
consisting of policy, labor, food an lobbying
experts, is here to serve the industry.
• Focused on current issues such as (but not
limited to) menu labeling, health care reform,
immigration, paid sick leave, swipe fees, etc.
• Sample Resources:
• Access to NRA Staff Expertise
• Public Affairs Conference (April)
• Front Burner e-Newsletter
• Legal Problem Solver
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We want to hear
from you. Lend
your voice to the
issues that
affect your
bottom line.
Policies are
constantly
changing. Help
steer the future
of the industry.
Restaurant.org/Advocacy
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Advocacy &
Representation
Ex: Legal Problem Solver
Legal Problem
Solver is an
easy to
understand
summary of key
laws and
regulations.
Free to
members.
Restaurant.org/Advocacy
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Research & Insights
Making complex information easy
The NRA’s dedicated economists and “on call”
Knowledge Center work on forecasts and trend
reports to help operators manage their business.
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Restaurant Industry Forecast (Free/Discount for Members)
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Restaurants & The Economy
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Restaurant Performance Index (Free/Monthly)
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Restaurant TrendMapper® (Discount)
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Economist’s Notebook (Free/Monthly Blog)
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Restaurant Industry Operations Report (Discount)
•
What’s Hot Annual Survey (Free)
•
Restaurant Industry 2020
•
Limited-Service Restaurant Trends 2013
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Our Research
team is focused
on bringing
complex
information
together and
making it easy
to understand.
(Discount)
(Discount)
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Research & Insights
Ex: Restaurant Industry Forecast
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Restaurant
Industry
Forecast is the
most credible
source on
industry sales
projections and
trends.
Published
annually. Sales
& Economic
Forecast Free
to members.
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Education & Networking
Opportunities to connect and learn
The collective knowledge of our members is a key
ingredient of NRA’s value.
• Executive Study Groups and email discussion
groups (Listservs)
• Nutrition, Quality Assurance, Supply Chain
Management, Risk & Safety, HR, IT,
Financial Officers & Tax, Internal Audit,
Marketing (MEG)*
• NRA Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show (May)
• Member-only webinars
*MEG does not have a listserv at this time
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Focused on
providing bestin-class
programs
unique to the
foodservice
industry that
encourage
peer-to-peer
learning
Restaurant.org/Events
Restaurant.org/Show
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Education & Networking
Opportunities to connect and learn
Upcoming Events
Date(s)
Location
Tax & Finance
June 25-27
Philadelphia
Quality Assurance
Oct. 1-3
Wash., DC
Supply Chain Management
Oct. 20-21
Orlando, FL
Marketing Executives Group
Oct. 27-28
Atlanta, GA
Restaurant Innovation Summit
Oct. 28-29
Atlanta, GA
Information Technology
Oct. 29-30
Atlanta, GA
Webinars and Other Events
Ongoing
Online
Attend a
discipline
specific
Executive
Study Group
(ESG) and build
valuable
connections.
Click here for list of past
webinars
Restaurant.org/Events
Restaurant.org/Show
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Upcoming IRA Events
Upcoming Events
Date(s)
Location
Golf Classic
August 6
West
Chicago, IL
Chicago Gourmet
September
26-28
Millennium
Park,
Chicago, IL
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Attend local
events to build
valuable
connections.
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Education & Networking
Hyatt Receives 75 Free NRA Show
Badges
Complimentary
NRA Show
Badges to
attend the
industry leading
NRA
Restaurant,
Hotel-Motel
Show.
2014 Sessions
Available for Purchase
*Quantity varies per
membership level
Restaurant.org/Show
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Tools & Solutions
Programs, products and services
NRA invests develops and vets a variety of tools
and support systems to help members manage and
grow their business, reduce costs and attract
customers.
• Sample Resources:
• Risk Mgmt: Family of ServSafe® products
• Health Care: Health Care HQ
• Payment: Edge Discover® Pre-Paid Card
• Healthy Meal Options: Kids LiveWell
• Legal: Direct Access to NRA Legal Counsel
• Sustainability: Conserve Program
Resources
available in
Marketing &
Sales,
Operations,
Workforce
Engagement
and Food &
Nutrition to
help you run
your business.
Restaurant.org / Tools
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Tools & Solutions
Additional Member Only Discounts on National
Partner Products (Restaurant.org/Tools)
Marketing & Sales
Operations
• Online marketing (Fishbowl)
• Payment Products (Heartland)
• Restaurant Analytics
(GuestMetrics)
• Energy-efficient lighting (North
American LED)
• Digital Marketing (MOpro)
• Performance Management tools (Red
Book Solutions)
• Business Insights
(AmericanExpress)
• Gift Card Compliance (Card Compliant)
Workforce Management
• PCI Compliance and data security
(ANX|Earthlink)
• Job postings (CareerBuilder)
Food & Nutrition
• Health Insurance
(UnitedHealthcare)
• Nutrition Analysis (HealthyDining &
MenuCalc)
Restaurant.org / Tools
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Manage My Restaurant
Restaurant.org/Manage-My-Restaurant
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Provides practical “howto” tips and resources
for running your
business
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Four Key Areas:
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Marketing
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Workforce
Engagement
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Food & Nutrition
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Operations/IT/Fin
Featured Products,
Events, Tools &
Solutions
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Kids LiveWell
Program
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Launched in July 2011, Collaboration between NRA and
Healthy Dining to help parents and children select
healthful menu options when dining out.
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Participants agree to offer and promote a selection of
items that meet qualifying nutrition criteria based on
leading health organizations' scientific
recommendations, including the 2010 USDA Dietary
Guidelines.
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Benefits:
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Restaurants get third-party verification and
promotional materials
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Families get accurate information to help them
make informed decisions about their child's meal.
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42,000 restaurant locations
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Additional Info at Restaurant.org/KidsLiveWell
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Contact:
Joy Dubost,
National
Restaurant
Association
(202) 973-5361
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Conserve Program
Restaurant.org/Conserve
Complimentary
subscription to
all members for
the Conserve
Sustainability
Program
Restaurant.org/Conserve
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Health Care Headquarters
Restaurant.org/Healthcare
Health Care HQ
provides key
resources that
members can
access to learn
about the law,
notify employees
and shop for
insurance
options.
Restaurant.org/Healthcare
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YOUR NRA TEAM
An extension of your staff
Food &
Nutrition Policy
Labor & Workforce
Sustainability
Tax & Profitability
Policy
Policy
Policy
Joan McGlockton
Vice President
(202) 331-5931
Angelo Amador
Vice President
(202) 331-5913
Laura Abshire
Director
(202) 973-5380
Dave Koenig
Vice President
(202) 331-5905
Joy Dubost
Director Nutrition
Policy
(202) 973-5361
Michelle Neblett
Director
(health care policy)
(202) 331-5901
Liz Garner
Director, Commerce +
Entrepreneurship
(202) 973-3964
Randy Spicer
Vice President
(Health & Insurance
Services)
(214) 448-4452
Jim Higgins
Vice President
(Financial
Services/EDGE)
[email protected]
Email address is [email protected] (e.g. [email protected])
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YOUR NRA TEAM
An extension of your staff
Industry Research & Economics
Legal Support
Hudson Riehle
Senior Vice President, Research &
Knowledge Group
(202) 331-5962
Dave Matthews
Executive Vice President, Innovation and
Member Advancement
(312) 715-5362
Bruce Grindy
Vice President and Chief Economist
(202) 331-5957
Knowledge Center Hotline
(800) 424-5156
Email addresses are [email protected] (e.g. [email protected])
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YOUR NRA TEAM
An extension of your staff
Membership Team
Tom Wojno
Vice President, Member Value
(202) 331-5943
Kari Dabrowski
Member Experience and Engagement
(312) 715-5387
Amanda Reiter
Senior Director, Membership
(202) 331-5908
Kisha Goodrum
Data Marketing Manager
(202) 331-5983
Email addresses are [email protected] (e.g. [email protected])
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Next Steps
❶ Written commitment or payment to renew 2014 Corporate Membership by June 30, 2014
❷ Follow up on any Hyatt requests from today
❸ Update Hyatt Hotels membership roster
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Identify someone NRA can work with to update
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Add / Delete new or old team members and update contact info
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Ensure the head of each major functional area is on the list (e.g. Finance, IT, HR,
Marketing, etc.)
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NRA will work with Hyatt to onboard the team and maximize membership.
❹ Review and plan attendance at upcoming events (slide 14); Restaurant Innovations
Summit is highly recommended.
❺ Plan for 2015!
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Briefing Centers – Let’s connect our teams and discuss your top industry needs
❻ Call us! NRA staff is an extension of the your team – and a trusted advisor as you grow
your business. You can pick up the phone any time and call one of our staff experts.
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CONNECT WITH NRA / IRA
NRA DC Headquarters
2055 L Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 331-5900 or (800) 424-5156
NRA Chicago
175 W. Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, IL 60604
(855) 514-8115
Restaurant.org
@WeRRestaruants
@IlliniRestAssoc
Illinois Restaurant Association
/RestaurantDotOrg
33 W. Monroe, Ste 250
Chicago, IL 60603
(312) 787-4000
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