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RVDA webinar addresses food safety at events

RVDA webinar addresses food safety at events

FAIRFAX, Va. — Providing refreshments for customers in the dealership or at outdoor events is a great way to build good will and enhance the customer experience, but are you focused as much on food safety as you should be? Is your staff knowledgeable in this area?, the RV Dealership Association asked.

If not, dealers should attend a free webinar Sept. 4, at noon ET offered by the Mike Molino RV Learning Center and available through a partnership with KPA. Click here to register at the KPA website.

RV dealers’ participation in the free, live event helps support the Learning Center’s development of new programs.

“Nothing can ruin an event faster than food borne illness and this webinar will share best practices so you can make sure such a catastrophe doesn’t happen at your facility,” said Steve Hunter, a KPA risk management consultant.

Hunter will provide guidance on how to ensure that foods and refreshments for customers and employees are prepared and stored in a safe manner to reduce risk of food borne illness.

Dealers who can’t attend at this time or want specific employees to experience this webinar at another time can register anyway by clicking here in order to receive links to the materials for later viewing.

Dealers interested in prior webinar topics will find them on the RV Learning Center’s webinar page.

For questions or feedback, contact Becky Ross at bross@kpaonline.com or call 866.356.1735.

SOURCE: RV Dealers Association press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

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