The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington said it will cease to affiliate itself with the National Restaurant Association and convert to an independent organization beginning Jan. 1. The Washington, D.C.-based RAMW board of directors made the decision after the NRA introduced a new dual-membership agreement that restricts state affiliates from representing operators outside of their recognized state lines. RAMW’s membership includes about 300 restaurateurs from Northern ...
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