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The Hustle: From Behind Bars to Your Dream Gig
Fri, June 2, 2017, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM MDT
Eric “ET” Tecosky is living proof that you can have your cake and eat it too. He has turned a career behind bars into all the dream jobs he has ever wanted - He owns his own company - www.DirtySue.com, He is the Brand Ambassador for his favorite liquor, Jack Daniel’s, He own a U.S. Patent - TheSeatSaver.com and is a partner in neighborhood bar in Brooklyn - The Church Bar. Part of this seminar will be hearing ET’s journey from bartender to business owner and brand ambassador including how to go from idea to action to (hopefully) making money. The other part will describing what NOT to do and finally he will answer any question you may have while planning your own dream gig - from business plans to investors and everything in between.. He may even tell the story of how he invented the Surfer on Acid...
Ticket includes drink samples and light snacks.
$30 to the public.
$15 to SERVERS CARD holders or USBG MEMBERS from any state. Must show proof at door.
About Eric “ET” Tecosky *Jack Daniel’s Brand Ambassador *Dirty Sue Founder/Owner
ET has spent years mixing drinks at some of Los Angeles' most famous – and in some cases, infamous – watering holes - most recently, Jones Hollywood. ET’s been featured in countless local and national press for his cocktails and innovations and as he likes to say, “Everything I learned behind bars has helped shape where I am right now - and I am grateful for it."
ET was the first to bottle premium olive juice for dirty martinis - Dirty Sue. What started as a pocketful of tips and an idea has grown into national distribution while still remaining to be the best reviewed product of its kind on the market. He has now added a line of hand stuffed olives and a bloody mary mix is in the works.
He is also the Brand Ambassador for Jack Daniel’s - a whiskey he has always loved - from what’s in the bottle to what it represents in the world. He gets to travel the country telling stories about what Frank Sinatra called “The Nectar of the Gods.” The only thing better than that would have been able to share a drink with the man himself...