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The Missouri Restaurant Association offers Missouri’s restaurant and hospitality industry service providers a means to interact with Missouri’s most successful and influential restaurateurs. Allied members are critical to the mission of the MRA, and are provided a variety of local and state-wide networking opportunities with a large base of targeted potential customers.



  • The Missouri Restaurant Magazine
    The Missouri Restaurant Magazine provides in-depth articles to help you operate a successful business and learn how other restaurants are staying ahead of the curve. The Buyers Guide of Allied Members is your one-stop resource for restaurant and foodservice vendors in Missouri.
  • Labor & Employment Law Hotline
    MRA members receive free legal consultation and assistance on labor and employment law issues from the attorneys at McMahon Berger, PC – a nationally-recognized firm dedicated to the exclusive representation of businesses in labor and employment law matters for over 50 years. Over the years, the Labor & Employment Law Hotline has helped countless MRA members solve and prevent legal problems at no cost.
  • MRA Website –
    The MRA website,, is your window to the world for information you need to know about the foodservice and hospitality industry. The site features the latest in Government Affairs, Chapter Event Calendars, the online Buyers Guide and a Resources page that puts you in touch with helpful industry sites.
  • MRA E-newsletter
    The MRA e-newsletter, “Missouri Restaurant Weekly”, will keep you up to date on the most recent information affecting restaurateurs. The newsletter provides tips on improving your business, legislative updates for both Missouri and Washington, D.C., and keeps you abreast of upcoming events in your local chapter and around the state.
  • Small Employer Health Insurance & Employee Benefits
    Benefit Box, a Missouri-based company with over 35 years of experience in the health insurance and employee benefits industry, provides employers with cost-effective options allowing employees to comply with the ACA’s individual health insurance mandate. Employers will appreciate Benefit Box handling the administrative burden of health insurance and employee benefits. Employees will appreciate the assistance with enrolling in health coverage through the insurance exchange marketplace and accessing their government premium subsidy. Benefit Box makes your health and benefits solution easy!
  • Affordable Care Act Large Employer Solution
    This exclusive member-only benefit takes the pain out of the Affordable Care Act for large employers. Program manager WH Administrators, Inc. provides a free payroll audit to determine if you are considered a large employer as defined by the ACA. Businesses will appreciate this affordable solution that is fully compliant with all ACA requirements at a cost to the employer of $40 or less per month for each eligible employee with no required employer premium contribution. Your employees will appreciate the plan features that include low co-pays on doctor visits, specialists, and prescriptions, as well as affordable monthly premiums.
  • Pre-loss Recovery Planning
    Be prepared before the fact and protect your business from fire, water or storm-related events. SRM Recover, backed by the $3 billion ServiceMaster Company, offers a pre-loss recovery plan tailored to the specific needs of your business. You will be assigned a designated account manager and receive pre-approved pricing and priority response time. Your company pays nothing unless you experience a loss.

As an Allied Member of the MRA, you’ll also enjoy:

      • Exclusive access to the MRA’s membership list, complete with contact information for each of our members.
      • Advertising opportunities: check out the MRA Media Kit 
      • A complimentary listing in the MRA’s Buyer’s Guide of Allied Partners – the first place MRA member restaurateurs turn when making purchasing decisions. Available online or in print!

For more information, contact:

Bob Bonney,


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