On April 1st, the city of Las Vegas announced that businesses with an existing alcohol license and a food service license can deliver alcohol with food orders.
Announced on April 1st, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak officially announced a stay-at-home declaration for Nevadans Wednesday to slow the spread of COVID-19 and extended the closure of nonessential businesses, gaming, and schools until April 30th.
The City of Henderson announced that they will allow restaurants and bars to sell alcohol for curbside pickup on a temporary basis.
On March 25th, congressional leaders released the final text of their $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package. The agreement includes a dramatic expansion of unemployment insurance, a rescue fund for state and local governments, immediate cash for hospitals, and a huge pool of grants and loans for small businesses. See the National Restaurant Association's full analysis here.
The city of Las Vegas is launching a plan that allows restaurants providing curbside meals to also sell alcohol with those meals. The city will issue an "Alcohol Time-Limited Permit" for 30 days, renewable based on the duration of the coronavirus situation, which will allow a business with an existing alcohol license (beer/wine, tavern,tavern-limited, etc.) and a food service license to do curbside pickup of alcohol with a meal.
Beating the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Your restaurant can survive the fallout from COVID-19
Results Thru Strategy, Inc. has launched a video series (“Surviving the Pandemic”) to aid the restaurant industry struggling with the effects on their business of the novel coronavirus. It is hosted by RTS Founder, Chaos Strategist and Change Agent, Fred LeFranc. Fred and RTS Partners will focus on delivery/takeout, human resources, technology, culinary, finance, real estate and marketing. The series is designed to help owners, managers and team members regain and even improve business.
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Small Business Emergency Disaster Loan Program
Small Business Administration tomorrow, Wednesday, March 25 at 9:00 am, the call-in: 202-765-1264 ID: 854333226#. This call provides an opportunity to ask questions regarding the SBA’s Small Business Emergency Disaster Loan Program available to businesses with less than 500 employees.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak addressed Nevada citizens a 6:00 p.m. March 17th. He outlined the mandates that are being implemented as follows:
All non-essential services will be closed for a minimum of 30 days and may be extended as necessary.