Best New Suggestive Selling Tool For Bars & Restaurants

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Do You Use The TVs In Your Venue To Market To Your Customers?

Still using chalk boards to advertise your specials?
You are in the dark ages. This new product called eXposureTV is the smartest, cost effective and profit generating in house promotional tool that I have seen in years.
I love it and it absolutely will increase your avg. check total every day.
They are even offering some companies with multiple venues a Free Trial.
( See Bottom Of Article For Contact Info )

I am, and always have been, a huge supporter of having the entire staff be good suggestive salespeople. Major companies in just about every industry use this technique to increase sales. This product does it for you .

 Learn more about ROI at eXposureTV.us by clicking the image. 

Learn more about ROI at eXposureTV.us by clicking the image. 

How many customers do you have per day?
What if only 20 existing customers spent just $10 more per day? That's $200 per day and potentially $73,000 per year.

In the interest of full disclosure & honesty, I liked this product so much that I actually contacted them to see if I could help promote it. I’d buy the whole company if I could afford it.

For those who know anything about me or my family company of 21 years, our reputation in this industry is too important to us to say anything about anything that I don’t personally believe to be true.

I’m telling you that eXposureTV has fantastic value to people in the hospitality industry.
It will absolutely help you make more money and make your place look cooler and more professional.

So, I now officially endorse eXposureTV and will get a commission if you or your bar decide to get it.

Obviously, I’m strongly recommending that you at least take a look and tell your managers about it.
So, Read on if you’re ok with that and want to increase the avg. sales in your bar or restaurant. Higher avg. check = higher avg. Tip as well.

Questions:

 Turn your HDTVs into marketing tools.  Learn more at eXposureTV.us by clicking   the image. 

Turn your HDTVs into marketing tools. Learn more at eXposureTV.us by clicking the image. 

Do you have an HDTV or many of them in your venue?
If so, Then your main cost is already paid for.

Your customers eyes are glued to your TV’s for hours and hours watching the big game.

Are you using that fact to your advantage?
Probably not, other than using the TV’s to attract customers to sit at your bar.

How Much are Your Customers Worth?
- How much do they buy over time?
- How much profit do you make?
- How often do they come back?
- How long do they stay?
- What's the probability of them buying multiple products or services?
- How much profit per customer visit?

 To be directed to the eXposureTV website, click on the image.

To be directed to the eXposureTV website, click on the image.

How much of a return do the TVs in your venue really give you?

- Did you spend thousands of dollars on all of those TVs?
- How many commercials are seen in your venue every day?
- How many of those commercials are yours?

What is eXposureTV?
A game changing way to Turn your own TVs into marketing tools by displaying your own ads. Using a portion of the screen or even the whole screen to promote whatever you want.  

It’s easy to do and you control the ads.
Switch from TV, to Full Screen Ads, to TV & Ads with a click of a button.

 By clicking the image above, a new window will appear and bring you to the eXposureTV website telling you more on what this amazing marketing tool is all about. 

By clicking the image above, a new window will appear and bring you to the eXposureTV website telling you more on what this amazing marketing tool is all about. 

What kind of ads?
Anything you want. That’s the greatest thing.
You can advertise drink specials, Dinner Specials, special events that you’re holding
i.e.. Karaoke night, UFC night, Ladies night, Opening & closing times, Bottle service, Late Night Drink and Food Specials, Don't Drink & Drive.

Or, Fun facts about.... Your Products & Services,
( See below RE: Selling Ad space to your liquor reps etc. ), your bar, your staff, weird laws still on the books, etc. etc. It's really endless.

You have to show your customer why they should stay longer and come back more often.

 Chris Lenahan, Bar/Nightclub industry expert, consultant, educator, author of “the Little Black Bar Book”, professional speaker and owner of multiple bars, is an early adopter and user of eXposureTV. 

Chris Lenahan, Bar/Nightclub industry expert, consultant, educator, author of “the Little Black Bar Book”, professional speaker and owner of multiple bars, is an early adopter and user of eXposureTV. 

The potential and probable numbers are really impressive.

Today's nightclub, bar & restaurant profits rely on keeping patrons in longer, spending more on services, and getting them to come back more often.
$20 more from 20 patrons per day returns $146,000 in a year!

Why wouldn’t you market your brand, products and services to your visiting patrons while they visit your venue and watch your TVs?

If you don’t, you’re just giving your valuable marketing space away for free to the TV stations.

 Click the image above to learn more about the ROI.  You will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

Click the image above to learn more about the ROI. You will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

You can even SELL ads!
1) Your Suppliers/Reps for Liquor, Beer, Energy Drinks etc. 
These people are constantly looking for better ways to promote their products in your bar.
Your reps will jump at the chance to get more "Eyes On" their product at the actual point of sale.

2) To other local non competing businesses.
Sell a few ads and pay for your eXposureTV system in a few months.
Then, keep selling your ad space and make a direct profit.

Better yet, get other local businesses to use eXposureTV too.
Trade ad space and everyone wins.

Show this article to your promotions manager and their eyes will light up with possibilities.

3) Special Occasion Messages

 Happy Birthday Julie from Spirits On Bourbon. "Digital signage is about marketing, Ohren says. Click on the image above to see more about this marketing opportunity. This could work for you.

Happy Birthday Julie from Spirits On Bourbon. "Digital signage is about marketing, Ohren says. Click on the image above to see more about this marketing opportunity. This could work for you.

Mike Ohren, CEO of eXposure Marketing, Says, "I just got back from New Orleans Sunday. I took my wife down to celebrate her birthday. We have two eXposureTV media players installed at Spirits On Bourbon. This was a very successful Bar Rescue bar. We told the owner Steve Smith, eXposureTV is the Bar Update. 

When I brought my wife to Spirits, she saw a Happy Birthday message and her picture on one of the screens. This gave her, her 15 minutes of fame. This gave me the idea of selling ads to individuals.

 eXposureTV in action down in NOLA at Spirits On Bourbon. 

eXposureTV in action down in NOLA at Spirits On Bourbon. 

Take a look at this link, it will explain what we are now managing for Spirits. It’s a great marketing opportunity for them. The reason I share this, is that it’s not only a great way to generate income from eXposureTV, but to drive more customers into Spirits. This may also work for many venues." 

How much does eXposureTV cost?
Lease it for $200 per month, after a down payment of $400, or buy it for $1,595.
Manage the ads yourself or have them do it for you.

How does eXposureTV work?

  Learn more about the full screen layout by clicking   the image above. You will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

Learn more about the full screen layout by clicking the image above. You will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

Switch from TV, to Full Screen Ads, to TV & Ads with a click of a button.
It's that easy.

- When the game is on, you may want to watch full screen TV.
- When you want to advertise your specials and watch TV, switch to the Combo layout.

  Click the image above and you will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

Click the image above and you will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

Full Screen - Maybe you want to use the entire screen to promote your products, services, and events with style. Or enhance the atmosphere, just click the button again and switch to the full screen layout.

Because the entire screen is used, you can use motion graphics and video as well as still images.
This works best if you have several displays in your venue.

Choose a few key displays to show eXposureTV.
Use this, not only for advertising, but to enhance the look and feel of your venue.

  The banner on the bottom will also display "live text" that you will be able to edit with a web browser. Learn more about the combo layout by clicking the image above. You will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

The banner on the bottom will also display "live text" that you will be able to edit with a web browser. Learn more about the combo layout by clicking the image above. You will be brought to the eXposureTV website. 

Combo layout- Shrinks the TV feed (music videos, a football game, etc.) and creates three zones that are used for marketing - including your products, services and events, without losing the TV feed.

In the center bottom section, there can be live messages, your website, and your social media sites.
This gives you the ability to create and change a message on the fly.

Use this to advertise on-the-spot specials, upcoming special events, etc.
All you have to do is log into a webpage from your office, home, or smart phone and type in your message.

That’s it. Super easy.
These messages will rotate with ads for your social media sites such as Twitter & Facebook.

 Click on the image above to see illustrations on how eXposureTV can be connected in different scenarios. 

Click on the image above to see illustrations on how eXposureTV can be connected in different scenarios. 

What you will need.
Just about everything you need, you probably already have. That is, an HDTV (1080p preferred), satellite or cable feed with HDMI output, and an internet connection.

If you have a HDMI or component video  distribution system, you will be able to display the content on multiple TVs and increase the effectiveness of your advertising.

Installation is simple. The media player connects to your TV, or video distribution system, via an HDMI or Component cable.

Management - Choose to manage it yourself, or have their expert staff manage it for you.
Either way, their design team will create 7 custom ads, website and social media ads for the combo layout as well as 7 custom full screen ads.

They will program the media player to work with your network and video distribution method. Once you receive the kit, all you will have to do is plug it in.

If you choose to own and manage it yourself, they will provide an online meeting to show you how to manage it. More extensive training is available.

 For more about how to order, click the image above and you will be directed to the eXposureTV website ordering page. Use  PROMO CODE:   SY1F1CBM   & get 2 additional ads free.

For more about how to order, click the image above and you will be directed to the eXposureTV website ordering page. Use PROMO CODE: SY1F1CBM & get 2 additional ads free.

If you purchase eXposureTV and want them to manage it, or if you lease eXposureTV, you will have the choice to have your ads updated once,
or twice per month.

They will create up to 4 ads per month, but you may also submit as many ads as you wish, either once or twice per month.

Don't miss the opportunity to increase your profits by not letting your customers know all you have to offer.


It’s Simple Math, If You Don’t Have eXposureTV, You’re Leaving Money On The Table.

If You Have Multiple Venues
And
Would Like To Be
Selected
For A Free Trail
Of eXposureTV,
Contact Mike Ohren,
the CEO of eXposure Marketing, for details.

Scott Young - Founder of:
www.NightclubBarAndRestaurantTraining.Com
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Liquid Nitrogen Cocktail Nearly Kills Girl - Bar And Employees Prosecuted

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If you’ve ever considered using liquid nitrogen to add a little extra pizazz to your cocktails, you may want to think again.

According to the Lancashire Evening Post, an 18-year-old girl, Gaby Scanlon, nearly died after drinking a liquid nitrogen cocktail. She was celebrating her birthday with friends in Lancashire, UK in October 2012 at a Oscar’s Wine Bar.

CT scans revealed a large perforation where the liquid nitrogen had burned a hole in her stomach and completely destroyed the lining, reported the Lancashire Evening Post.

Doctors performed a four-hour emergency operation to remove her stomach and connected her oesophagus directly to her small intestine.

The owners of the bar, one of its directors and an employee are all named in the lawsuit that will begin in Lancaster Magistrates’ Court on February 9 2015.

Scott Says...
I personally have no experience using liquid nitrogen  and I know nothing about this technique of “lacing” a shot with it.

Questions I’d like to ask you:
1) Have you ever made a drink using liquid nitrogen?
2) If so, how do you do it safely?
3) What is “lacing”?
4) Have you ever consumed a drink that used liquid nitrogen?

Scott Young -
Author of The Ultimate Guide For Working Bartenders

Founder of
www.MixedDrinkRecipes.Net  ( New - 17,000 Free Recipes )

www.ExtremeBartending.Com
( We Fly To Your Bar To Train Your Staff, 20 Years, Creator of 25 Bar Tender DVD's )

www.TheBartendingMasters.Com



How To Make More Tips - Tip #1 Standout From The Crowd

Give people a reason to choose to be served by you. Hopefully, a whole bunch of reasons! 

Do You Want To Make More Money in Tips Than You Ever Have Before? If nothing changes, then nothing changes.
 
Go out of your way to create a better overall guest experience by creating a friendly and caring connection with every one of your guests.
 
We want you to really take ownership and responsibility for your contribution to their experience.
 
- Don’t be afraid to experiment, take chances, make mistakes, learn how to deal with your mistakes.
- Keep your mind open to new & crazy ideas and add your own twist to them.
- Become the bartender and person that you want to be.
- Don’t just follow the lead from a burned out co-worker who doesn’t really care anymore.
- Don’t be afraid to care enough to think about how to be better. At anything & everything you do.

Are you sitting down? Get a blank piece of paper and a pen.
I want you to think about all the bartenders that you’ve ever seen and I want you to make a list of all the things that you have seen them do or say that you think is bad.
 
Actually, a good field trip is to go out one night to a few different bars and sit at the bar as close to their “ice well” (where they actually make the drinks) as you can. This way, you can observe them and listen to what they say to their guests and more importantly, how they say it.

Look for things that most bartenders do badly or not at all.
That is your first step to standing out from the crowd. Once you have a list of these things you can focus on them and make sure that you make an extra special effort and you excel at them.
Here are a few a few things to start out with:
 
·      Serving Water to Customers
·      Handling Problem Situations That Customers Bring to Your Attention
·      Being Fast and Efficient When it’s Busy
 
When you have your list (and as you go through this course) I want you to keep an open mind and ask yourself this question for each of the 199 suggestions and ideas.
 
How Many Other Bartenders Do This?
If the answer is “Not very many, not very well or not very often…”
then you have an opportunity to really stand out from the crowd and make a great impression…
 
Acting on that suggestion will increases your odds that you’ll get a tip,
get a bigger tip, and get tipped more often!
 
That is what this course is all about: Increasing your odds or chances to make more money. That is what I have consciously tried to do every time I step behind the bar.
 
A long time ago, my mom taught me this…
 
“You can’t do everything… But…
Have you done everything that you CAN do?"
 
That one thing really “clicked” with me and
I ask myself that question every day, usually a bunch of times.
 
Why?
Because it makes me focus on what’s important:
The things that I CAN do. The things that I CAN control.
 
Time Well Spent? Or Time Wasted?
Without getting into religious or philosophical issues, let’s assume for the moment that we have only one life to live. No one knows how long we will live so let’s “assume” that we want to make the most out of whatever time we have.
 
I want to make enough money to support myself and my family and have a good life. I have chosen bartending as my job/career. If I have an eight hour shift then my goal is to make the most money I can in that time.
 
*** The 6% Rule
 
I added another question/concept to my daily lifetime plan and I call it my 6% rule. I teach it to all my students at our staff training seminars.
 
Whenever I’m considering doing something new, like you will be as you go through this course, I try to "step back” and see the “big picture”.
I try my best to keep an open mind and erase any pre-conceived opinions.
 
Just because you or someone else has been doing something a certain way for a month, a year or a lifetime... doesn’t mean that it’s the only way to do it or that it’s the best way.
 
Lots of people get very “stuck” on one way to do things and that makes it very hard for them to improve, which is always my goal.
 
So, I ask myself, “If I do this a new way, will it increase my chances of success? Even a tiny little bit? Even 6%?”
 
I don’t know where I came up with that number, but I guess it just helps me figure out difficult questions that may not have any direct evidence to prove one way or another.
 
I find a lot of things in life are like this so I just have to keep an open mind and really listen to and consider the new idea and then make my best guess.
Here’s an easy example
 
Question: If I smile more when I’m bartending, will that help me get more tips? Even for 6% of the people I serve? Will 6 people out of 100 tip me more, if I smile more often?
 
Answer: Absolutely it will. Six people out of a hundred? That’s a no brainer. Yes, yes, yes!

Conclusion: It’s worth my time to really make an effort at smiling more. It’s “Time Well Spent”.
 
Action: I will make a conscious effort to smile more.
 
Final Outcome: I will probably make more money in tips. :)

That’s how I evaluate adding something to my game plan or strategy or blueprint to how I’m going to act or deal with something.

Does that make sense? It does to me and that’s how I approach things.

What Are your thoughts or suggestions on how to make more tips?

“If you always do what you’ve always done,
you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten.”
-Ed Foreman

Scott Young -
Author of eBook - 199 Ways To Increase Your Tips  
Only $9.99 ( Over 300 Pages )

Founder of
www.ExtremeBartending.Com
( We Fly To Your Bar To Train Your Staff, 20 Years, Creator of 25 Bar Tender DVD's )

www.MixedDrinkRecipes.Net

www.TheBartendingMasters.Com