MARA to Host Launch Party at Kowloon Restaurant on Nov. 9

Boston, Nov. 2, 2021, — The Massachusetts Asian Restaurant Association is set to host its official launch party on Tuesday, November 9 from 6:30 PM to 10 PM at the Kowloon Restaurant located at Route 1 North, Saugus, MA. Guest speakers include: Donald Wong and Tackey Chan, Massachusetts House or representatives, and Bob Luz, Massachusetts Restaurant Association President. American restaurateur, Ming Tsai will be on a video call for the event.

Tickets for the event are $20 per person and include food and drinks from the Kowloon Restaurant with entertainment by the Steve Bankuti Trio. For tickets, go to

Massachusetts Asian Restaurant Association (MARA) is a non-profit corporation registered at Commonwealth of Massachusetts created by a group of Asian restaurant owners in Massachusetts as a support organization for people in the industry.

The organization provides a platform that connects Asian restaurant members with professional service providers as well as relevant governmental entities to enhance the communication, collaboration and benefit the food industry.

The organization also provides information sharing, advocacy, training, money-saving and other opportunities to Asian restaurant professionals. Its mission is to support Asian restaurant
communities with positive leadership and sound business practices. Being a significant trade organization, they facilitate and regulate the food and beverage sector in Massachusetts with the provision of exceptional and relevant service standards.

The Massachusetts Asian Restaurant Association’s Services Include:

  • To promote information concerning business development and employment issues, especially for food industrial. Better information means making better decisions that affect business.
  • To provide new opportunities for Asian restaurant community and help our members’ business grows.
  • To work with the general public and government regulators regarding the scope and benefits of the Asian restaurant business in Massachusetts.
  • Provide Asian business owners in the food and beverage sector with the information, legal and financial guidelines, resources, and products needed to advance their business and continue to grow their brand.

What the Massachusetts Asian Restaurant Association Offers

Information: We want to receive accurate and prompt information about the issues we need to know for the food industrial. Better information means we can make better decisions that affect
our business.

Advocacy: We want our business interests brought effectively to allied government, regulators, media and any other organization our restaurant encounter in our day-to-day business operations. Public relations: We want an association to actively market to the general public and government regulators on a regular and consistent basis regarding the scope and benefits of the restaurant business, and to counter any negative press that may harm the business imagines.

Expansion of opportunities: By investing in research and building alliances, an association can open new doors for our business and help our members’ business grow. Professional development: We want high-caliber experts brought locally to association events, so we can learn straight from the masters and get best training for our members.

Buying powers: Association can help the individual restaurant owners reduce their costs of operations by creating big collective bargain powers with the venders and supplies.

Networking and marketing: Association will create the networking and marketing opportunities for its members. With the association’s website and social media, members are able to increase their networking and marketing within and outside of the association.
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