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October 07, 2013


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David Hooper

Wish I'd know you were in town. Would love to get you on Music Business Radio to talk about the Grateful Dead book.

David Meerman Scott

David, Too bad we didn't know! Brian and I would have loved to have come on the show. There is a chance we could be back at some point and we will connect.


Interesting take. I've been to plenty of bars and never really thought about the relationship like that, though you're definitely right. That obviously translates to any other form of marketing and sales. Nice short post to get people thinking.

Ann Bevans

What a fascinating observation, David! And the implications are a little bit mind blowing. There's a fine line between creating a bit of scarcity (a good thing) and turning people away (or never knowing they were interested). Nice post!

Raúl Colón

You where in Nashville... A place I have to visit.

This is so basic but yet so many bar owners and managers focus on the cost of having staff vs. The lost revenue of not having them available.

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