2018 National ProStart Invitational

With a surprise appearance from Ted Allen, host of “Chopped” on the Food Network and author of “In My Kitchen”, Team Kentucky was able to get their pictures during the 2018 National ProStart Invitational – the nation’s premier high school culinary arts and restaurant management competition hosted by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. Pictured are the culinary team from Jessamine County CTE and the management team from Marion C. Moore.

2018 National ProStart Invitational

The 2018 National ProStart Invitational® was held in Providence, RI and is the country’s premier secondary school competition focused on restaurant management and culinary arts. Team Kentucky, attending only it’s 3rd National Invitational, was proudly represented by Jessamine County CTE for the Culinary competition and Marion C. Moore for the Management competition. We are proud of both teams and the growing support from our Industry partners.

Click here to watch a video recap of the competition and see Team Kentucky!

Photos from the 2018 Kentucky ProStart Invitational

Thank you to all the students, judges and volunteers who made KPSI 2018 such a huge success.

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Whether you’ve owned a restaurant for a few months or several years, you will have to deal with the ever-present challenges of the foodservice industry, from training new staff on food safety practices to figuring out health care laws. Luckily, The Kentucky Restaurant Association is there to help you navigate this fast-paced field. This article will discuss the benefits offered by state restaurant associations, and why all restaurant owners should take advantage of the service their association offers.

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Every issue of the Kentucky Restaurant Journal features high-impact industry news, articles and information that are critical to restaurants and others in the hospitality industry in Kentucky.

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The Kentucky Restaurant Association is a not-for-profit trade association representing Kentucky foodservice outlets and a variety of businesses associated with the foodservice industry. The Association provides members with a wide range of educational resources.

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With an audience of over 20,000 readers the Kentucky Restaurant Journals features and articles keep you abreast of Association activities and what’s happening in Kentucky foodservice. FREE TO KRA MEMBERS!

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