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09/29/2010

Bartender For Hire

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  Bartender For Hire business.

  Business Overview

  Starting a bartender-for-hire service is a fantastic way to get into business for yourself, without breaking the bank. You can market your services as an independent bartender to catering companies, event planners, hotels, and pubs for relief duties. The business only requires a few hundred dollars of seed capital to initiate, and can return $150 to $200 per day plus gratuities. Ideally, the entrepreneur who starts a bartender-for-hire service will be an experienced one with outstanding social skills. Employing other bartenders on an 'as-needed, on-call basis' can generate additional revenue. A bartender-for-hire service has the potential to create annual revenues that can easily exceed $50,000 or more.
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