The Lebanese Syndicate Owners of Restaurants, Cafes, Night-clubs and Pastries announced its board members for 2024.
Tony Ramy was re-elected president, while Khaled Nazha will continue to serve as VP, Etienne Sabbagh as general secretary and Aref Saade as treasurer.
Chirine Salha, Dory Daccache, Maya Bekhaazi Noun, Charif Doumit and Youssef Akiki will continue to serve as members of the council, in addition to Michel Aji, Mustafa Al Samad and Makram Rbeiz.
In an exclusive statement, Ramy said: “Our dedication, teamwork, our manifesto, mission, vision and raison d’être drive all our efforts, defining our commitment to excellence. Furthermore, as always, I invite all owners of restaurants, cafés, nightclubs and pastries to join the syndicate, uniting to create a bigger lobbying body and working together to ensure that our industry remains a strong and pioneering one in the country.”
He added: “Hopefully the security and political stability reigns over Lebanon. This would help us have clearer objectives and wider perspectives to finally realize the dream of sustainable tourism. Thus, putting an end once in for all the state of crisis management and resilience.”
In conclusion, the announcement of the 2024 board members by The Lebanese Syndicate marks a pivotal moment for the industry. With Tony Ramy’s re-election as president and a dedicated team in place, the syndicate underscores its commitment to excellence. Ramy’s call for unity and collaboration among restaurants, café, nightclub, and pastry. Additionally, the expressed hope for security and political stability in Lebanon reflects a collective aspiration for clearer objectives. This concerted effort aims to pave the way for a thriving and pioneering future for the syndicate and its members.