Bar Busines Magazine April 2012

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Toys & Tech While this bar scene may be a bit far in the future, new products are crucial to keeping patrons around, and it’s important to know how to implement these tools to keep your bar exciting and your customers coming back. By Sara Kay As experts in the bar industry, we try to keep our bar owners informed about new products, so here is the latest collection of unusual and exciting items to make your bar a true talking point amongst customers. Get Charged Up Any bar owner will be hard pressed to find a patron at their bar without some sort of electronic device in their hand. The iPhone has gone from being a cell phone, to a

computer, to a device that seems to be surgically attached to one’s hand or face. However it’s used, it is a way to not only connect with others, but to get information about new places and things. And while phone technology has figured out how to geo-track our location, tell us about specials at the latest bar or club, and give us the weather 3,000 miles away, it can’t seem to keep the battery alive for more than a few hours. That is where Jeffrey Maganis comes in, with his all-inclusive ChargeAll. April 2012 Bar Business Magazine


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