Don't Miss Jon Tafferas ONLY 2014 Rescue Tour!

Jon Taffer's Rescue Tour

The dynamic and fast paced 4-hour Jon Taffer Rescue Tour workshop is approaching quickly and, believe us, you do not want to miss this! Taking place on May 28 at the world famous Anheuser-Busch Brewery in St. Louis, host and executive producer of Spike TV’s Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer will wow attendees with his no nonsense reaction management methods.

Taffer will be accompanied by Ron Cates, Bar Rescue social media consultant from Constant Contact SinglePlatform. This Rescue Tour guarantees the identification of key challenges faced by business owners, operators and professionals in the bar, nightclub and hospitality industry, such as yourself!

Together, Taffer and Cates bring 50+ years of experience needed to run a successful business to the table. There’s no better setting to learn the techniques, models and best-practices to create and execute effective marketing strategies and meaningful business approaches – ultimately increasing your revenue.

St. Louis Rescue Tour Ticket Includes:

  • 11:00am-3:00pm – 4-hour Workshop with take-home Rescue Tour Workbook filled with actionable items, presentation materials and more
  • 3:00pm-3:30pm – Networking
  • 3:30pm – Trolley Transportation from Theater to Brew House
  • 3:30pm-5:30pm – Complimentary Cocktail Reception & Tour in the outdoor Biergarten, with Brewery Tour introducing you to a variety of beer styles, ingredients, proper pouring techniques, and food-pairing suggestions

This is Taffer's ONLY 4-hour workshop of the year! Don't wait! We are SELLING OUT FAST and space is VERY LIMITED! Purchase your ticket in advance and SAVE $50 off the onsite rate.




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