Written By Press Release EAT Magazine News / Folks / The Big Picture / Victoria Apr 20, 2020 Join the #HospitalityHustle to Support our Industry — BCHF SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestIn light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the hospitality industry, the BC Hospitality Foundation (BCHF) wants to help keep spirits up with a province-wide virtual event called the Hospitality Hustle. All are welcome to join in the BCHF’s FREE event, which involves engaging in physical activity of your choice and sharing your experience on social media. The event will conclude on the evening of Sunday, May 31, 2020, with a virtual dance party hosted by a live DJ.Keeping social distancing front of mind, we encourage participants to pick an activity – walk or run 5km, dance for an hour, skip, prance, skateboard, or bike 10km – and start training today. Please follow the advice of our medical professionals and keep your training in your neighbourhood. Then on Sunday, May 31st our entire community will virtually get their ‘hustle on’ for hospitality!Hustle for Hospitality goals:Show solidarity with those owners and workers in the hospitality industry whohave lost their livelihoodsare still working hard to deliver food to frontline workersare providing a takeout option for those who are socially isolatingGive people a healthy goal that will help keep them physically and mentally strongCreate awareness of the BCHF and other non-profit groups in British Columbia that support hospitality workersHow you can Hustle for Hospitality:Set a goal such as dancing or running 5km – the form of activity is not important; the goal is just to get moving!Share their experience on social media under the tag #HospitalityHustleMake it fun – wear a costume, be creative, show us your workoutsChallenge a friend anywhere in BC to join the event, or create a team and challenge others to do the sameRegistration is FREE and open to everyone. People are welcome to donate online to BCHF or one of the other groups listed below and on the BCHF website:BCHFCPBA Relief Measures FundHelp Victoria HospitalityLes Dames d’Escoffier BC ChapterMind the BarVancouver F & B Community Relief FundThompson Okanagan Tourism Foundation We will finish the Hospitality Hustle on May 31st at 7:05 pm with an online Social Distancing Dance PARTY with DJ Man About Town Ent.Register for free HERE.Guests who register on Eventbrite for this virtual event, post on Social Media AND tag #HospitalityHustle are automatically entered to win a prize (one of 3 x $100 gift certificates to a venue or activity of your choice!) BCHFcovid-19fund raiserHospitality industryHustle for Hospitalityisolationpositivitythe new normal SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Press Release ... Read More You may also like 2021 Issues / EAT Magazine News / Magazine August 31, 2021 September | October 2021 September | October issue on the stands. Inside: Mocktoberfest The Bread & Butter Collective Toratiki The Root Cellar Comes to Cook Street ROAR ... Read More 2021 Issues / EAT Magazine News / Magazine July 13, 2021 July|August 2021 July|August issue on the stands. Inside: Screaming Good (Ice Creams 101) Driftwood Brewery Bilston Creek Farm Wild Mountain RockCoast Confections 80 ... Read More EAT Magazine News / Food News January 28, 2021 CITY EATS February | March 2021 If you haven’t yet taken advantage of Victoria’s free local delivery program, Downtown Delivers, you have until February 15 to try it ... Read More EAT Magazine News / Food News December 7, 2020 EAT’s 2020 Gift Guide EAT’s 2020 Gift Guide. Not just for the holidays! Bolen Books Flavor by Yotam Ottolenghi ($45.00) Cat’s Meow Trivet ($6.95) Book Seat ... Read More EAT Magazine News / Food News November 30, 2020 CITY EATS December 2020 | January 2021 A new bakery has opened in the Leland building at 2506 Douglas St. Working Culture Bread is serving up naturally leavened sourdough breads, as well ... Read More EAT Magazine News / Food News October 1, 2020 CITY EATS October|November 2020 Despite everything happening in our industry right now, there is still such resilience. Businesses are changing their service models, and some are ... Read More Comments are closed.