No one wins when a restaurant needs to close unexpectedly. Yet many scenarios that result in closures can be managed with a proactive approach. “Something little, like a clogged drain or a window crack, may seem insignificant at the time, but it can quickly escalate into a major issue,” says Ann Nickolas, senior director of foodservice for Cintas Corp. “Just as you would have a disaster preparedness plan in place, you should plan for other situations that could force you to ...

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