Jaime’s Local Love Podcast: Barter and Shake, A Story of Cocktails and Marketing

Barter and Shake
Barter and Shake(Arizona's Family)
Published: Nov. 9, 2023 at 2:27 PM MST
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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- The best cocktail bar in the United States is right here in the Valley. The Tales of the Cocktail Foundation announced Century Grand in Phoenix the Best U.S. Cocktail Bar. The awards are like the Oscars for the beverage industry. Yet, Kailee Asher of Barter and Shake, says the award announcement generated more digital leads from LOCAL media, not the article in the big name magazine. She knows this because she studied the analytics. She quite literally wrote the book on it in her self published book: Mise En Place Marketing. She writes the recipe for small bars and restaurants to get the most out of their marketing and how to fish where the fish are, plus we get to hear the story of how Undertow and Century Grand came to be.


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