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Notes for editors 
1. The ALMR (Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers) is the only national trade body dedicated to representing the interests of licensed hospitality operators.
2. The ALMR’s membership – pub, club, bar and casual dining operators – run 26,000 outlets and employ over 650,000 employees, together they account for almost all managed pubs in the UK as well as leading casual dining chains and nightclubs.
3. Two-thirds of our members are small independent companies operating 50 outlets of fewer under their own branding, but our membership also includes some of the largest high street operators including: JD Wetherspoon, Spirit, Casual Dining Group and Carluccio’s, with well-known branded outlets such as: All Bar One, Slug & Lettuce, TGI Fridays, Wahaca, Wagamama and Harvester.
4. For more information please contact the office on 0208 579 2080 or visit www.almr.org.uk.

 

Drop in employment underlines need for sector support

November 15, 2017 • Press Releases • Views: 64

ALMR Press Notice Drop in employment underlines need for sector support The ALMR has reacted to today’s shock news that job creation in the sector has fallen by calling on the Government to take action to support eating and drinking out businesses. Figures released today show employment in the Read More

ALMR reacts to MUP decision

November 15, 2017 • Press Releases • Views: 55

ALMR Press Notice 15.11.2017 ALMR reacts to MUP decision The ALMR has reacted to the confirmation that a minimum unit price for alcohol will be introduced in Scotland. ALMR Chief Executive Kate Nicholls said: “Any measures that seek to promote healthier attitudes towards alcohol are to be Read More

Partnership endorsement welcomed by ALMR

November 9, 2017 • Press Releases • Views: 53

ALMR Press Notice 09.11.2017 Partnership endorsement welcomed by ALMR Commenting on the publication of Improving Places: Culture & Business Improvement Districts, a joint study by the Mayor of London’s Office, the Arts Council and King’s College, Kate Nicholls, CEO of the ALMR said: Read More