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Hey, Karen;
Thanks for the reply emails. Everything s cool; I got my order today. You guys are awesome, by the way, for replying to my emails so promptly (Scott called and left a message as well, which was cool; tell him thanks if you can).

Just for the record, your training videos are very good. I ve only seen a couple, but yours blow them away as far as quality of instruction goes. As far as my success is concerned, it s still a little early in my training for me to expect to even be considered a bona fide flair bartender. I purchased your working flair video series about a month ago and have been practicing daily since. For the first three weeks, it seemed as though I was able to incorporate a new move or two every time I went to work; now, however, as the tricks become a bit harder/riskier, it s been taking a little longer before I trust myself enough to unleash any new tricks behind the bar (I still don t mess with full drink tricks at work yet). I m figuring that I should be at least decent after another year.

I have, however, experienced what I consider to be a direct result of my flair training with your series, and that is my energy level behind the bar. In the past, I have always had a pretty high energy behind the bar, but recently (more specifically, since I ve been learning your material) my energy is insane.

Almost everyday I work people make comments like, hey, here s a guy who hates his job, or can I have whatever you re on? This sounds corny as all hell, but Scott s totally right: it s not so much the actual tricks or moves, it s the fact that people can just feel that you re having a lot of fun, and they like it.

Anyway, I could go on for pages about how much you guys rule, but I just wanted to send you a reply email to say thanks for handling your business in a caring fashion and thanks for the DVD s.
Oh yeah, as of yet, I m the only bartender at my restaurant (Mon Ami Gabi in the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas) dabbling in flair, but I m working on getting a couple others involved. And, just for the record, I tell everybody who asks me anything about flair, or bartending in general, to go to extremebartending.com.

Well, thanks again. At some point in the near future, I ll be purchasing your teamwork/tandem DVD; all I need now is a partner.
You guys kick ass,

PS By the way, I m taking Scott s advice about getting involved with anything and everything about bartending and taking a trip down to Shadow at Caesar s Palace (I think Christian Delpech works there now, and that guy is crazy good) to do some studying. Later, guys, and thanks again for everything.

      -- Shaun Plummer ( Las Vegas )
Hi Scott
JUST GREAT!
The DVD is just arrived.Very fast and complete.(thank you for the stickers,they will put on good places)That would be a good business-world,when every company would work like extremebartending.

Well,after a first ,fast look of the DVD,i think there is waiting a lot of work,but with the motivation of you and your team i think it will be a funny work.My goal is (when all goes round)the martini-bacardi cup in switzerland next jear.The competitive here in switzerland is not so big.I saw the winner(it is allways the same,and his show looks not very good)on movie.with good training and when i have a brass neck,it is possible.but one at a time,one by one. So,have a good time and you will here from me...
PS:
after the phone call, i thought:
That was really Scott Young?THE Sott Young?Unbelievable!
Cheers

      -- Patrick ( Switzerland )
Hey Scott! I was one of the bartenders you just finish training at
Grand Casino. I just wanted to thank you guys for doing such a great job. The class was awesome (except for the fact of having to be up that early).

You guys did a wonderful job and were great instructors. I hope we can do you guys proud. I, at times, feel like my personality has sunk into an abyss and i think your class will be a wake up call for me to start enjoying myself more and be more of a force/personality at the bars again. I just want to say thanks again.
      -- Terry Fontenot ( Tunica, Mississippi )
Hey Scott! I was one of the bartenders you just finish training at
Grand Casino. I just wanted to thank you guys for doing such a great job. The class was awesome (except for the fact of having to be up that early). You guys did a wonderful job and were great instructors.
I hope we can do you guys proud. I, at times, feel like my personality has sunk into an abyss and i think your class will be a wake up call for me to start enjoying myself more and be more of a force/personality at the bars again. I hope you guys made it back alright and i just want to say thanks again.

Terry Fontenot (I was in the 2nd class)
      -- Terry
Attn: Ryan Boyd
On behalf of the management and staff of Coral Cliff Hotel Jamaica, I would like to extend a big THANK YOU for imparting your skills and knowledge about showtending, as well as bartending. We admire your level of professionalism and consistancy in conducting your sessions.

The bartenders have learnt various new skills, additional principals of bartending and showtending, and are also very enthusiastic about where this level of bartending will take them. We will, in addition, ensure that this new height of bartending is cultivated, until all of our bartenders are proficient with the skill.

Once again, thanks to you and the entire Extreme Bartending Team.
Food & Beverage Manager
Coral City Hotel & Entertainment Resort
      -- Natalia Tugwell-brown ( Jamaica )

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