See Gary on Instagram Live with Aaron Gregory Smith, Executive Director of the U.S. Bar Guild out of San Francisco, CA. Gary and Aaron talk about the upcoming session on Wine Preservation - the good, the bad, and the ugly at the USBG Regional Conference.

The bottom line: using wine preservation behind the bar will help you grow wine revenue, profits, and tip income through expanded wine by the glass programs, more full bottle wine sales, and strong take home / merlot to go capability in your restaurant or club.

Here's a teaser about what Gary will be presenting. If you haven't already, register for the USBG Regional Conference in Columbus, OH on October 24-27.

 


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