11.2 Activity 10.2 (7th)) - We are all in a gigantic rush...

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Activity 10.2 Exercise October 6, 2011 Ms. Danielle Watkins The Beverly Hills Hotel 9461 Sunset Boulevard Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Dear Ms. Watkins: We know you are a very busy hospitality professional as chef at the Beverly Hills Hotel, but we would like you to make a presentation to the San Francisco chapter of the National Restaurant Association. I was asked to write you since I am program chair. I heard that you made a good presentation at your local chapter recently. I think you gave a talk called “Avoiding the Seven Cardinal Bins in Food Service” or something like that. Whatever it was, I’m sure we would like to hear the same or a similar presentation. All restaurant operators are interested in doing what we can to avoid potential problems involving discrimination, safety at work, how we hire people, etc. As you well know, operating a fast-paced restaurant is frustrating—even on a good day.
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Unformatted text preview: We are all in a gigantic rush from opening the door early in the morning to shutting it again after the last customer has gone. Its a rat race and easy to fall into the trap with food service faults that push a big operation into trouble. Enclosed please find a list of questions that our members listed. We would like you to talk about 45 minutes. Our June 10 meeting will be at the Oak Room of the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco and dinner begins at 7 p.m. How can we get you to come to San Francisco? We can only offer you an honorarium of $200, and we would pay for your travel expenses. You can expect a large crowd of restaurateurs who are known for hooting and hollering when they hear good stuff! As you can see, we are a rather informal group. Hope you can join us! Sincerely, John Smith John Smith...
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