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Georgetown Foodland partners with '86 the Quo' in efforts to bring awareness to issues surrounding the restaurant industry!
"Welcome to the New Industry" is boldly stated on 86 the Quo's website. This is the defining tone a new group wants established in raising awareness and educating on issues in and surrounding the restaurant industry, one kitchen at a time.
And Georgetown Foodland proudly supports it.
Chef Dakota Kolb, one of the creators of the group, consistently and passionately works to connect other chefs who may need a safe and judgement-free place to discuss issues they couldn't discuss elsewhere or feel comfortable otherwise. Kolb, along with his wife Kyndal and friend Deanna Hohgrefe, knew something had to be done to provide an outlet for chefs who struggle with daily issues of stress and anxiety in the workplace, amongst other issues as well.
Kolb describes 86 the Quo here.
With this effort, a "new industry" can be achieved. One where chefs feel more open and relaxed, comfortable and safe.
Georgetown Foodland urges any chef and restaurant owner in Georgetown County needing a place to share their concerns, issues or ideas to reach out to 86 the Quo.