Awards? NRA Has A Lot Of Them

Beyond the 2019 Kitchen Innovations Awards–don’t forget, the deadline to apply is December 5—the NRA also is honoring worthy individuals in the industry who play starring roles in diversity, community service and hospitality and make a difference.

To help celebrate the restaurant industry members making a difference each and every day, the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation is honoring worthy individuals with three different awards.

  • The Faces of Diversity American Dream Award honors those who have achieved success through perseverance and determination. Each year the NRAEF, in partnership with PepsiCo Foodservice, recognizes three individuals who embody the American Dream.
  • The Thad & Alice Eure Ambassador of Hospitality Award is the premiere award bestowed by the NRAEF to an individual who has exemplified extraordinary achievement and leadership in the restaurant and hospitality industry.

The NRAEF’s ProStart Educator Excellence Awards, made possible by Brinker International, recognize exceptional educators who utilize the ProStart program in their classrooms. Each participating state restaurant association nominates its leading educator who has demonstrated a strong commitment to his or her students and to the ProStart program. 

Deadline for nominations is November 15. For more information, contact Alyssa Prince at aprince@nraef.org

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