Free Flu Shots

As the cold weather comes in, flu season is beginning. Serving Memphis has begun meeting with restaurants to schedule appointments for free flu shots. This year Serving Memphis plans to give away more flu shots than in previous years. We are working hard to do this so that we can offer more significant benefits for the restaurant industry of Memphis. If you know any restaurant employees in Memphis they are one phone call and short meeting away from free flu shots for their staff courtesy of Serving Memphis. 

Flyer for Serving Memphis 2017 free flu shot program

Flyer for Serving Memphis 2017 free flu shot program

Launch of the Serving Memphis Website

We are excited about launching our website this year, just in time for the upcoming flu season. This website will help us reach out to more people and also make our free services more convenient to receive. We are doing much more than just building a website. 2017 marks the year that we are picking up the pace by expanding to more people than before, and we plan to offer more services of diverse categories to help Memphis restaurant employees. We will be working very hard on our free flu shot program, making sure that we help more and more people through the flu season. We plan to work on projects with other local nonprofit organizations to offer as much help as we can to the service/hospitality industry. We will be more involved in the community, and will have more going on than in previous years. Make sure to check up with our website and Facebook page for updates about our progress.

Why You Should Receive a Flu Vaccine

Every year when Summer comes to an end, talk about the upcoming flu season begins. Some people get vaccinated every year, and others are more skeptical about getting vaccinated. The CDC releases information every year about flu vaccines, and they concluded that "The single best way to protect against the flu is to get vaccinated each year." Vaccines are recommended not just for the health of the individual but also to increase herd immunity. When a large portion of the population is vaccinated for a disease, it makes the spreading of that disease much more difficult, which helps out the people that are unable to receive the vaccine for health reasons. For more facts based on unbiased research, click the title of this article to go to the CDC page about flu vaccinations.