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Home / Events & Groups / Executive Study Groups
The NRA’s Pizzeria Industry Council is the primary advocate for the pizzeria segment. The group brings together senior executives from pizza restaurants to discuss common concerns and advise the National Restaurant Association.
The NRA’s Fast Casual Industry Council is the primary advocate for the fast casual segment. Take advantage of professional development, education and networking opportunities through bi-annual meetings and a quarterly newsletter.
Because leading restaurant industry companies depend on their top executives, successful industry executives depend on the National Restaurant Association’s networking opportunities. Discipline-specific study groups bring together professionals who share vital areas of expertise and years of experience. Each group’s free, focused listserv community links executives with their peers and solutions via e-mail. Meetings provide forums for networking, sharing and learning best practices, and opportunities for professional development.
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