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# AUSTRALIA: FROM COVID WORLD LEADER TO THE WOODEN SPOON

# SMALL BUSINESS & HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY FACING FATHERS DAY FINANCIAL CATASTROPHE 

# SYDNEY IS A TALE OF TWO CITIES – THE GOVT & THE WEST!

 

The hospitality industry & small business are at ground zero, with yet another of the years’ busiest days – Father’s Day – now just one of many celebrations like Valentine’s Day that have been cancelled thanks to never-ending lockdowns across NSW, VIC and ACT, says Rashays CEO and founder Rami Ykmour.

“It’s not just the money – although if the government were to publish just how many venues and businesses have had to close their doors forever – particularly in western Sydney, the numbers would be staggering,” Ykmour said. 

“Lockdowns are affecting the mental health of small business proprietors, hospitality workers and even young people unable to start their employment journeys for the lack of businesses and restaurants that can give them a start and train them.” 

“Once the envy of the world and considered leaders for how we as a country dealt with Covid, Australia has now been left holding the wooden spoon with a decimated small business and hospitality industry that will be feeling the effects of our government’s lack of leadership, for years down the track.”

The NSW Government announced its forecast that ‘Freedom Day’ would occur on 18 October in line with 70% vaccination rates but according to Ykmour, it will be too little too late and the untold damage of many months of lockdown will be irreparable. 

 

TO INTERVIEW RAMI YKMOUR email max@marksonsparks.com or call Max Markson 0412 501 601 or Marta Wiacek at marta@marksonsparks.com or 0409 291 785. 

 

ABOUT RASHAYS: There are 30 company owned and franchised Rashays restaurants across NSW, Queensland and the ACT with another 10 to open in 2022 including 3 in Melbourne. The business employs 2000 Australians, turns over $150 million a year and has its own 24 hours a day, 7 days a week fresh food operation, including a bakery and butchery, employing 200 staff. Follow Rami Ykmour , the Unorthodox Entrepreneur, for business tips on Instagram @rami.ykmour and on Facebook Rami Ykmour @r.ykmour

Rashays is located in NSW – Campelltown, Carramar, Casula, Chester Hill, Darling Harbour, Dee Why, Green Hills, Lidcombe, Liverpool, Macarthur Square, Mount Annan, Mount Druitt, Narellan, North Rocks, North Wollongong, Parramatta, Penrith, Punchbowl, Rhodes and Top Ryde, ACT – Belconnen, Tuggeranong and Woden and QLD – Ipswich, Redbank and Toombul.

 

Max Markson

0412 501 601

 

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# AUSTRALIA: FROM COVID WORLD LEADER TO THE WOODEN SPOON
# SMALL BUSINESS & HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY FACING FATHERS DAY FINANCIAL CATASTROPHE 
# SYDNEY IS A TALE OF TWO CITIES – THE GOVT & THE WEST!
 
The hospitality industry & small business are at ground zero, with yet another of the years’ busiest days – Father’s Day – now just one of many celebrations like Valentine’s Day that have been cancelled thanks to never-ending lockdowns across NSW, VIC and ACT, says Rashays CEO and founder Rami Ykmour.
“It’s not just the money – although if the government were to publish just how many venues and businesses have had to close their doors forever – particularly in western Sydney, the numbers would be staggering,” Ykmour said. 
“Lockdowns are affecting the mental health of small business proprietors, hospitality workers and even young people unable to start their employment journeys for the lack of businesses and restaurants that can give them a start and train them.” 
“Once the envy of the world and considered leaders for how we as a country dealt with Covid, Australia has now been left holding the wooden spoon with a decimated small business and hospitality industry that will be feeling the effects of our government’s lack of leadership, for years down the track.”
The NSW Government announced its forecast that ‘Freedom Day’ would occur on 18 October in line with 70% vaccination rates but according to Ykmour, it will be too little too late and the untold damage of many months of lockdown will be irreparable. 
 
TO INTERVIEW RAMI YKMOUR email max@marksonsparks.com or call Max Markson 0412 501 601 or Marta Wiacek at marta@marksonsparks.com or 0409 291 785. 
 
ABOUT RASHAYS: There are 30 company owned and franchised Rashays restaurants across NSW, Queensland and the ACT with another 10 to open in 2022 including 3 in Melbourne. The business employs 2000 Australians, turns over $150 million a year and has its own 24 hours a day, 7 days a week fresh food operation, including a bakery and butchery, employing 200 staff. Follow Rami Ykmour , the Unorthodox Entrepreneur, for business tips on Instagram @rami.ykmour and on Facebook Rami Ykmour @r.ykmour
Rashays is located in NSW – Campelltown, Carramar, Casula, Chester Hill, Darling Harbour, Dee Why, Green Hills, Lidcombe, Liverpool, Macarthur Square, Mount Annan, Mount Druitt, Narellan, North Rocks, North Wollongong, Parramatta, Penrith, Punchbowl, Rhodes and Top Ryde, ACT – Belconnen, Tuggeranong and Woden and QLD – Ipswich, Redbank and Toombul.
 
Max Markson
0412 501 601
 
ON THE ROAD WITH BILL CLINTON
Nelson Mandela, Kim Kardashian, Arnold Schwarzenegger,Tony Blair, Al Gore, Mike Tyson, Pele and more. By Max Markson. 
Book available now at www.booktopia.com.au
 
E: max@marksonsparks.com
M: 0412 501 601
Work: +61 2 9213 2900
www.marksonsparks.com 

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