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Restaurant Economic Impact Survey: January 2022

Results compiled from a Colorado Restaurant Association survey of 174 operators, conducted January 14 – 31, 2022

It’s likely that more Colorado restaurants will close in 2022 than did in 2021 due to rising operational costs, a shortage of labor, a lack of federal relief, and the lingering effects of the pandemic.

• The percentage of restaurants considering permanent closure within the next year – 54% – has doubled over the past six months.

Read the rest of the results here.

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