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The Impact of Servers, Bartenders and Restaurants in America

July 2, 2020

If you’ve ever thought your job as a server doesn’t matter, you should check out a recent New York Time article. It’s pretty much a love story to restaurants, as various writers share fond memories of establishments they’ve grieved during the closure period. It should forevermore convince you that your job as a server or bartender truly makes a difference in people’s lives.

The very fact that bars and restaurants have been targeted for closure during COVID is evidence of how important they are in our lives. Bars and restaurants are places people want to be. Their risk to public health during a pandemic is found in the unavoidable reality that people will congregate there.

At BASSET On The Fly, we hope servers and establishments know the vital threads they are in the fabric of American culture. As the article above best put it, “our lives happen in restaurants.” We’re here to help you keep your BASSET certification up to date, so you can keep being a positive part of the lives of you influence.

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