By Nick Fosberg   |   June 3, 2014

Bars can profit from live entertainment and live events.

But before you rush in, let’s talk about the biggest mistakes bars make with their live entertainment.

On this episode of Bar Owner TV, I talk to Jeremy Danley of Jeremy knows his stuff.

Here’s what you’ll learn by watching this interview:

  • THE BIGGIE: What kind of live events can your bar run besides live music?
  • Why you are NOT in the food and beverage business.
  • How can your bar get beyond food and drink specials?
  • Can you really compete with grocery store takeout?
  • What kind of atmosphere gets your bartenders more engaged?
  • How can your bar stand out if other bars nearby offer live events?

Jeremy highlights one live promotion that I’ve personally run that was extremely successful. People are constantly asking me when I’m going to run it again.

Are you talking to your staff and customers about promotions or just coming up with ideas on your own? You’ll get some off-the-wall, crazy stuff if you ask people — and that’s exactly the point.

This was a fun conversation with Jeremy with some really good ideas.

Other great interviews I recently did:

And don’t forget:

In my new LRVO bar marketing and promotional formula video series and report, I get into more detail about how to get new customers in your doors, how to create offers that make you unbeatable in your market, how Facebook advertising is your most lucrative marketing media, and how to put all this into action so you start making more money.

Nick Fosberg

Nick Fosberg is known as one of the highest paid, marketing and promotional consultants in the bar & restaurant industry and he owns 2 bar / restaurants in the Chicagoland area. He's famous for creating some of the highest grossing digital marketing promotions in the history of the bar & restaurant business..... without spending a penny on marketing. All done through e-mail & Facebook posts. 

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