These are traditionally the slowest two months for restaurants in New Hampshire, but you can help according to reporting from patch.com.  New Hampshire state and the New Hampshire’s Lodging and Restaurant Association are partnering for a marketing campaign to rally people to dine out during the next two months. This is a rough winter for those restaurants already hit hard by the pandemic.  A grant from the New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism Development is helping with a public relations campaign to get New Hampshire residents to go out to eat.

Mike Somers, CEO, and President of the association tells patch.com, “This grassroots movement is exactly the support our devastated industry needs right now.  We know consumers are looking for ways to help our restaurants and their employees.  Through this movement, we can all come together to help the foodservice industry community stay afloat until spring.”How can you help?  Hop over to RallyForNHRestaurants.com is full of ideas.  Try leaving some positive reviews on social media sites to give a local eatery some more visibility.

The website also has a list of restaurants that are currently open in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee, Lakes Region, Merrimack Valley, Monadnock Region, Seacoast, and the White Mountains.  If you do dine out, share pictures on social media with the hashtag #RallyForNHRestaurants to show your support. Social media is a great way to spread the news about your favorite local eatery to friends and family. Keep in mind that we have lost more than 200 New Hampshire restaurants because of the pandemic.  This is your chance to help save one.

 

 

 

 

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