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Explode Your Customer Base With The Paco Method For Restaurants & Bars A Cheatsheet-Checklist

You’ve heard this one haven’t you?

How does a business acquire a valuable Lifetime Customer and Loyal Fan?  

Acquire them as a New Customer first!

The Paco Method System For Restaurants & Bars And All Food Service Establishments To Explode Your Customer Visits is based on our new book and media coming soon.

“From the First 5 Seconds To A Lifetime Customer And Fan:   A Revenue Growth Program for New & Developing Food Trucks, Bars & Restaurants in Tourist & Other High Traffic Areas…Facing Stagnant & Slow Growth. Real Stories From The Front Lines & Strategies You Won’t Hear Anywhere Else.  From Psychology to the Latest In Tech To Explode Your Customers And Revenues.

The Paco Method System, aka “From The First 5 Seconds To A Lifetime Customer and Fan”, for those who like more formal titles, is much more than a couple of tweaks here and there in your food service, restaurant or bar or food truck operations. It’s an extensive ongoing program to fill the Empty Seats in your establishment consistently and turn your cash flow around. The kind of empty seats you see in the photos here in this post.

We’ve been receiving questions about The Paco Method, since we’ve announced our launch for April 4th. We’d like to add more information.

It’s been developed for any early stage restaurant, bar, food truck or any food or related service business, new or relaunching. It’s a system meant to get you up to consistent cash flow and profitable status as soon  It’s very flexible and highly adaptable to other similar businesses needing to attract new customers first, before you move into phase 2 of the Paco Method, which turns them into loyal long-time customers and fans of your business.

Many have asked is it only for food service establishments. It’s designed at this point to be implemented with them, but easily adaptable to other types of business and our Team would be glad to work with any “Good Fit” kind of business.

How do we get business to see the power of the Paco Method and our systematic approach to attracting new customers, and then creating zealots of your brand and business?  We begin to talk via email and online.

Firstly, we direct you to our template for Calculating The Value Of Every New Customer. This leads you to an Annual Revenue Increase Calculation.  Then we ask you to Calculate the Lifetime Value of that Customer using variables such as retention percentage, years as customer, number of annual visits and average value per visit.

You decide that the financial and management benefits of a managed/systematic New Customer/Lifetime Customer marketing and communications program are to your benefit.  We both feel like we are a good fit and you are prepared to test drive the program for a minimum period of 3 months.  Longer, if you wish exclusivity in your area or type of restaurant.

 

We provide you with a detailed Checklist and CheatSheet that you will use in implementing the program with our ongoing assistance.

The Checklist will include the following in full detail and much more proprietary information only our Clients will see.

*Detailed Analysis of your Competition

*Detailed Analysis and Audit of your Business

*Ownership/Mgmt Staff Orientation & Training: Mindsets, Service & Quality Standards, Desirable New Customers, First 5 Seconds, Reputation & Reviews, Media Relations, Community Relations, Brand Identity, More.

*Software:  Provided

*Hardware:  Provided

*Administration:  Systems Provided

*Daily/Weekly/Monthly Procedures: Templates

*Pre-Program Data Collection: Templates

*Daily/Weekly/Monthly Data Collection: Procedural Systems & Templates

*Automation:  Tweaks & Tricks Provided

*Much Much More.

 

In summary, when you unbox the program, your Checklist will show you the Systems & Methods Training & Procedures, The Tech: Hardware & Software and the Integration & Support Procedures. Away You Go.

But you’re not in this alone. It’s your business, but things always slip, even when it comes to something so crucial to your ultimate success.  Acquiring New Customers on a systematic consistent ongoing basis.

You need to feel you are Accountable to someone. That’s us, but of in the most friendly client-consultant kind of way.  We’re here to ensure the job gets done. Your seats get filled.  Revenue grows.  Cashflow is more consistent.

You’ll also enjoy the weekly calls with other Paco Method users too. Fellow owners sharing experiences and tips.  Plus our yearly conferences of learning, inspiration, and fun.

Would You Like To Be On The Wait List For The Full Program Details When We Announce And Even Get A Sneak Peek? Early Users Will Get An Opportunity To Set Exclusivity Privileges If They So Wish.   Just complete the form below with your business name, location, email and your mobile number.  We’ll be in touch to connect with you soon after.

 

Announcing The New Customers Solution For Restaurants, Bars & The Food & Beverage Industry

Media Release, March 16, 2017   Additional Information Added: March 24/17

New Customers & Fill The Seats Solution Secret Playbook Comes To All Early Stage & Struggling Restaurants & Bars WorldWide

For More Information: Media:  Bob Rempel, CEO, RempelGroup Team  Email: bob@rempelgroup.com
For More Information: Interested Food Service Establishments: Website: BobRempel.com

Today, the RempelGroup Marketing & Communications Team is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of a new systematic and methodical program and playbook that will help new and relaunching Restaurants and Bars Fill the Seats in their empty establishments and set them on the path to acquiring lifetime customers.

It’s called the Paco Method, in honor of a 15-year-old Mexican boy from Acapulco, whose story went viral for his success in selling empanadas on the beach to tourists of all kind…in 10 different languages. More formally, it is “From The First 5 Seconds Of Contact To A Lifetime Customer and Brand Zealot. How New Restaurants, Bars & Food Trucks Can Fill The Seats And Create Long Lineups Consistently.”

“You need new customers consistently in your early years to generate revenues and the needed cash flow to ensure your business doesn’t fail like the 60-70% of the others in the industry. Without new customers you never get to the point where you can have a lifetime customer and fan of your business and your brand”, said Bob Rempel, CEO of the RempelGroup Team.

“Apart from great food, great service, and an overall wonderful experience, which basically just gives you a reason to be in business”, said Rempel, “the number one reason early stage restaurants and bars fail is they don’t know have systematic methods to keep bringing customers into their establishment”.

“It’s a simple equation he said:  Increased Consistent Revenue=New Customers Consistently.  Then it transitions into Consistent Revenue + Growth=Repeat Customer Visits and Referrals after that business is on solid footing a few years or more in”.

Q & A:

What is the Paco Method: A uniquely developed mix of methods, including software, hardware, and procedures, that when implemented systematically and monitored closely will help early stage restaurants, bars, and food truck and other similar businesses attract new customers on an ongoing basis.  It becomes The Paco Playbook.

How Do I Acquire The Paco Method:  There is a qualification process that starts with a simple email connection on our website, a short questionnaire, and then a phone conversation and interview.  It’s a matter of determining a good fit on both sides.  The early members of our program get exclusive usage in their areas,  and we are reluctant to offer that to anyone who does not take a medium to longer term perspective.  Similarly they user must be comfortable with us and our philosophy about tracking data and being responsive to changing environments and changing conditions.   Users can acquire the program on a monthly subscription fee basis, or a simple fee structure based on the number of new customers acquired per month.  Return on Investment (ROI) for the program’s adopters is designed to exceed all other similar systems or programs.

What’s the Background To The Program:  Program was in development for almost 6 months.  It was inspired by hearing the concerns of a new restaurant owner about getting customers while watching a steady stream of foot traffic and slow-driving vehicles go by during a very busy Christmas season in a tourist town.  His worry, his fears, inspired us to just outline what to do in a step by step way and offer to work alongside him and his restaurant team as the program was implemented.

What Makes It Unique:  It truly reflects the best of the past, present, and the future. The RempelGroup team has blended Old School and New School,  Offline and Digital

Is It Only For New Restaurants & Bars:  It’s perfect for those businesses with a high walk by traffic and slow drive-by-traffic!  We are promoting it in the launch stage for Restaurants, Bars, Food Trucks and other related businesses because it was inspired and designed to help a new restaurant.  It’s easily adaptable for other types of business. For example, it’s well suited for any business located in shopping mall locations, interior or exterior.

For an update on the new customers to lifetime customers The Paco Method, for new and relaunching Restaurants, Bars, Food Trucks and other Food Service establishments please view our Checklist/Cheatsheet Post Here   For our recent Blog Post on “The Single Most Important Mistake First Time Restauranteurs Make” view world renowned chef Gordon Ramsay’s answer and our analysis Here 

Rempel is available for interviews and other speaking opportunities related to Newer & Relaunching Restaurant & Bar Rescue and Growth subjects: “The 10 Reasons Why New Restaurants & Bars Fail”, “The One Thing You Should Focus on First If You Are Starting Or Relaunching A New Restaurant or Bar”, and “20 Ideas You Can Use Today On How You Can Market Your Own Restaurant”.

Rempel is an experienced media and public speaking veteran, having worked as a Public Relations and Media Director for several large Canadian corporations, and a rapidly growing NonProfit Social Enterprise, which had a food service component.  He has appeared live on all major television networks in Canada, news, current affairs, and morning breakfast television, and been interviewed by all major daily newspapers during the course of his career.  This includes:  CBC, CTV, Global, City, Globe and Mail, National Post, Winnipeg Free Press, and many more.

Crushing with heart

In addition, he speaks on “Crushing The Competition…with Heart and a Cause: Strategy and & Tactics No One Else Is Emphasizing To You That Help Small and Medium Sized Business Stand Above Their Competition” and on “Global Linkages:  5 Key Steps For Mexican Business To Help Them Expand World Wide Where English Is The First Language of Business”.

 

The RempelGroup Marketing & Communications Team is also actively currently involved in promoting specialty Tours and Travel to the beaches of Mexico, including a new Blues-Rock Festival in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo in 2018 and Unique Sporting Events on or near the beaches of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo during the North American winter travel season.

What’s Trending In Marketing & Influencer Shares-All In Issue 4 Of Our Weekly Digest

The Weekly Digest Issue 3 Is Out

Our November 18th Weekly Digest is now available.  Take a look and subscribe to get your issue ahead of your competitors.

We take a look at the important information we shared this past week as well as adding Trending Stories from the past 24 hours to keep you right on top of news before the end of the week.  More new information and data coming next week.

We’re loving the format GetRevue.co offers us to produce our Digest.  Take a look and see if works for you too. Unsolicited testimonial.

Enjoy the weekend everyone. Relax of course, and recharge, but keep your eye on your goals. Always!

 

10 Reasons Why Teams Function At Less Than 100%. Yes Your Team Too!

10 Top Reasons Why Teams Function At Less Than 100%. Often Well Below 100 per cent.  Is This Your Situation? dysfunction_junction_cold_spring_ny_photowalk-e1339601940384Strengthen Your Teams With Team Enhancement Ideas For Any Workplace.

When Teams Are Not Functioning At Peak Levels?  You Feel It Everyday. You See The Signs Everyday.    

I think of football.  Clearly a team game.  One of the greatest football coaches ever, Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots defined team success very well. It applies to business, organizations or sports

“On a team, it’s not the strength of the individual players, but it is the strength of the unit and how they all function together.”

by Bob Rempel,  RempelGroup Partners      bob_dec2015

Most Teams function well below optimum. Far below optimum. This almost seems to be the norm. The expectation.

Is this your situation or similar to it?  It doesn’t matter whether you are in a leadership position in a small or large business, a nonprofit or social enterprise, educational organizations or other organization, have a sports team at any level, or you have virtual or real teams or a combination of both.  The symptoms are the same.

It’s something you’re feeling.  You see it too.

*Measurable results are slipping.

*Deadlines are missed.

*Negativity about projects and customers seems to be increasing.

*People are not engaged.

*You don’t hear laughter.

*Attendance at voluntary events seems to be declining.

Are these familiar to you?  Do you see some of these other symptoms:

*Lack of enthusiasm about core aspects of your business or strategy.

*Abandon ship thinking.  No belief in the future for the

*No belief in the future of the business.

*Unsupportive of other team members and a me-first approach.

*Problem solving shows no energy, no creativity, no initiative.

In a sports sense, when I coached high-performance level athletes, we used to say the team member was playing for the name on the back of the jersey, not the team name on the front.

This is critical if you want a high functioning team at an executive level.   I adopted the phrase in my executive management over the years that I heard from many of my capable superiors and leaders over the years.

“I trust your ability and talent, bring me solutions, not just problems.”

Contrast that with the following voices you could be hearing:

*Work life is Fun

*Work life is Challenging but it’s good for me.

*I like the people I work with.

*There are some amazing people here and I liked them more as I got to know them better.

*I’m excited about our new Project.  I understand it and I think it will be great for the business.

*I like the people I work with. There are some amazing people here. and I liked them more as I got to know them better.

*I like (Leader’s Name).  I don’t always agree with him or her, but I respect him/her for their knowledge and experience, their obvious hard work and dedication, but most importantly, how they at least listen to what I have to say.  I don’t expect they will do everything I want, but I need to be heard.

Take a minute and think about situations where teamwork is never required or the team structure is not used.   Yes, team performance is not closely monitored and maximizing team performance is not important.

Whether it’s Big Business, Small Business, Government from local levels on up,  NonProfit Organization and Social Enterprises,

I’ve been a Team Leader most of my work life and a long time Team Head Coach in sports at high-performance levels.  The best teams had specific qualities or lacked these qualities.

The Sylvia LaFair recent Inc article Top 10 Reasons Why Teams Fail And What To Do,  summarized this best I feel.

Here are the 10 pitfalls to watch out for, as per LaFair.  Turn the pitfalls around and add them to your team work at your business or organization.

  1. Lack of explanation: there needs to be an initial explanation of the business case for change and the purpose of working together in a new way.
  2. Lack of envisioning: without a clear vision of what the future will look like there is nothing to go toward.
  3. Lack of resources: without buy-in as to what will be needed to get to the vision of the future, people feel they are only going to have one oar to row the boat.
  4. Lack of accountability: the need for a specific and structured way to make sure people say what they mean and do what they say.
  5. Lack of planning: must have specific team action plans and deadlines that are possible to reach, even if they have to stretch.
  6. Lack of encouragement: no procedures in place to close skill gaps and have extra training where needed.
  7. Lack of conflict strategies: no agreed upon ways to handle conflict so it does not simmer and fester.
  8. Lack of collaboration: ways to put diverse individuals together to find new solutions to old problems.
  9. Lack of inclusion: everyone needs to know the big picture issues and have a way to participate in adding their point of view.
  10. Lack of reinforcement: make sure that time is given for individuals to voice frustrations and concerns so they do not end up sabotaging by going behind closed doors.

Michael Hyatt says the key factor in dysfunctional teams is Connection.  His comments are worth quoting in its entirety.  “Feeling Connected in the workplace is absolutely critical.  In fact, in my opinion, it may be the number one Life Force driving all positive growth in people, companies, sports teams.

In both cases what’s missing is Connection. If there’s no connection to the organizational vision, the team leader, other teammates, or organizational outcomes, then leaders will fight uphill battles on engagement every day.

But if leaders cultivate those connections, they’ll build teams that are enthusiastic about driving results for the organization.”

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Hyatt says there are four things to do:

Remembering the critical link to Cconnection, here are four ways guaranteed to boost team engagement:

  1. Connect your team to the vision. When our teammates don’t understand or care how their daily tasks serve organizational goals, it’s nearly impossible for them to maintain interest in their work. People laying bricks stay inspired when they realize they’re building cathedrals. So take time to explain the why behind the what.
  2. Connect your team to you as their leader. People don’t work for companies; they work for other people. Often, folks don’t engage because their leaders don’t engage them. When leadership is faceless, two-dimensional, or dismissive, they lose interest (or never commit to begin with). It’s the leader’s job to go first—build rapport, demonstrate concern, and personally invest.
  3. Connected your team to one another. People stay engaged with their work when they are engaged with their coworkers. Toxic organizational culture breeds disengagement—emotionally healthy people will find their way to the door. Leaders should look for ways to cultivate mutual appreciation and create opportunities for positive shared experiences.
  4. Connect your team to your results. One of the most important things I did as a leader at Thomas Nelson was to begin regularly sharing our company financials. People could see what their daily work did to shape the quarter and the year. Transparency is a leader’s friend. Don’t be afraid to share the metrics and underscore the relationship between team efforts and organizational results.

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Lack of trust is a team-performance-killer if there ever was one. Combined with the corrosive effect of low-trust, lack of trust often prevents people from speaking up about performance issues.

So for leaders with concern about team performance issues, you need to go back to the basics or fundamentals as we do in most things when we have low levels of performance.  This is certainly how we approached when I coached international and national level teams and athletes.

At the core, Teams are composed of Individual People.  Take the time to really get to know the people on the team. As people, as individuals.  Let the people on the team get to know the people on the team.  Take the physical workplace out of the situation in some cases, but in other team growth actions, keep it in, because that is context.

Taking Action:  Our prescription for you involves creating an experiential and growth opportunity combination for your Team Members. Create the opportunity for them to invest fully in the mission, strategy, and tactics for the future of the business, organization or team.  Create the opportunity for a memorable experience and bonding where people at all levels truly get to know and understand each other and Connect.  Hire a Coach for your Team(s), on an ongoing basis.  Retain a Coach for yourself as the business or organizational leader

I invite you to review our “Crush The Competition…Hug Your Customers-Embrace Your Community” Strategy Retreats & Workshops for Leaders and Teams” in our favorite location, Ixtapa, Mexico.  A real hidden gem and great surroundings for the best possible Retreat, we feel.  We and our Partners, create customized experiential learning events for Teams, and hold open to all 3-day Workshops in early December, 2016 and mid January, 2017.  Follow us or subscribe to get updates on our programs.

Sources Credit:  Michael Hyatt and Sylvia LaFair

Other Links:  

Signs You Needed A Great Business or Life Coach

7 Qualities of a Great Life Coach

Upcoming Blog Posts:  

How To Evaluate and Appraise Team Performance in Business And Sports

Why Crushing The Competition…With Heart… Is Truly The Best Team Building Approach You Can Use!

 

11 Ways Narcos TV Can Give Business “Crushing The Competition” Lessons

Crush Them + With Customers + Community + More

Crush Them + With Customers + Community + More

We continue to explore the world of Narco TV and the Pablo Escobar life to mine the nuggets for our semi-comedic presentation on “What Narcos TV and Pablo Escobar Can Teach Us About Crushing The Competition”

See our October 3rd Announcement About Our “Crush The Competition Leader & Team Strategy Retreats” at this link.

Yes, we know, we are exploiting a highly popular tv show that is drawing interest for many reasons:  cartel life, Pablo’s life, the drug culture, Colombia, the reality, the history, 80’s, Netflix binge watching, the great acting.  Business can learn from this as well.

Please also check these links out:  More to come. We’ll share parts of our presentation here as well, soon.

The Real DEA Agents Comment on What Narcos TV Got Right

5 Lessons From Narcos TV 

Exploiting Narcos TV Interest For Business: The Language Learning Example

We’re opening the Comments to you. What did you think of the Narcos show and what can business learn about “Crushing the Competition”

 

 

 

Make Warm Contacts, Warm Calls

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Today I share a very basic but often overlooked method of building solid long term contacts. I’ve always hated cold calling. Selling at its worst, I felt. Most people are the same. [bctt tweet=”Never cold call again to steal a title from a sales book. Make warm calls.” username=”bobremp”]

My personal approach to it is simply look for current opportunities to contact specific individuals generally in your target markets where you can congratulate them on a recent positive announcement, promotion, even offer a referral. Make the connection by having something substantive to say, to offer.

Never ask for a purchase decision, even through referencing an event or a product you are working on it quite acceptable as long as it is part of the conversation. You’ll see opportunities in traditional media, in your social media and comments from friends and others. Phone or an email with appropriate non sales subject line work best. Reference other individuals you both know if appropriate.

Here is Chris “Kubby” Kubbernus’s article, “How To Make Warm Calls” and what he does. Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisKubby

“Here is a very simple trick to make it rain.

Okay maybe it won’t rain cash-money upon you. I’m not magical, although someone did call me a wizard the other day. But this simple trick has helped me pick up new projects and keep revenue coming in.

You’ve heard of the cold call right? Well the warm call is just like that but…err warm. Let me explain. The warm call is about calling a prospect that you already have real contact with, at the right time. Here’s how I do it.

1.
I pay attention on social media. Is that prospect interacting with me or my company? Liking my posts, commenting? What are THEY posting on social. Can I comment?

2.
I make a call to them, a physical phone call – remember those? Phone calls might seem old school but they give you way more context and opportunity than email.

 

I typically get people on the phone right after lunch or early morning. Once on the call I make a light pitch, or I comment on something they’ve done. I deliver a clear, thoughtful and non-pushy message which basically says “If you need help in (insert your service), we can help and were doing it all ready for Company X, Y, and Z.

See no real magic here, just thoughtful and good communication. If you do this you’ll find people to be very receptive and you might sell something. Typically I end up a lot wiser than I was before the call because people will give you information such as new hires, perhaps they are changing roles soon, or when they are doing their budgeting etc… Make note of this information, the more informed you are the better position you’ll be in to create success.”

by Chris Kubbernus
Twitter: @ChrisKubby

Want more information.  Contact us below and please check out Rempelgroup.com for our coaching, strategy and leadership services, or our Integrity Online Agency where we create media authorities, and social media influencers and more.

 

Platinum Plus Program For Leaders-We’re Beyond Platinum for 2016-2017

Sign up now and watch for upcoming announcements of our 2016-2017 program starting July 1, 2016. Review the details of the last program and think much bigger. Very exclusive. Life changing, Business explosion. With a major group event in Ixtapa, Mexico, winter 2017 and ongoing Coaching and Strategy weeks beginning July.

Email us at “bob at bobrempel.com”  for more information

This Dream Coaching Package For Your Business & Life Is Reality!

We Believe The Future of Business Is Social Enterprises

RedAdairOne of my business heroes is a firefighter.  A very specialized fire fighter.   Red Adair was his name.  He capped and halted oil well fires around.   Oil well fires are very costly.  It’s a finite resource.  Oil is valuable and has a price per barrel.   Adair often still had a lot of questions and concern about his fees. His famous quote sticks in my mind:

“If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do this job, wait until you hire an amateur”

Einstein is often quoted (I suspect perhaps only literally and not reflecting his nuanced meaning and understanding of what it is) as “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”.  

One of the most difficult types of business to build is a social enterprises because it has a dual purpose and leaders and manager have to have at least two minds active at all times.  The team is rarely strong enough, even exhausted and the ideas are often weak and resources minimal.

This is our call to action to Social Enterprises everywhere to build a stronger team, reinforce and strengthen your mission and purpose, and your commitment.  This is our call to action to friends and supporters of social enterprises to encourage them to take the steps they need to succeed.

It is always about keeping in sight the mission and purpose of the enterprise, even when revenues must be paramount to allow the organization to continue.  Without achievement on the mission front, any success on the business side is just hollow.  We truly want social enterprises to succeed.

Mindset Important:

My experience leading a social enterprise and my observation of many others tells me starts with believing in yourself as an organization, believing in your mission, believing in your people. In many cases, mindset is the most appropriate starting point for business renewal and revitalization.

Social Enterprises Viable Future Business Model:

Personally, and as a consulting organization, we’re very bullish about the future of social enterprises as a viable business model in our market economies.  Even as a glass half full model, we need more enlightened entrepreneurs, more entrepreneurs with a vision for the world we all live in together, and more governments and regulatory authority that reward and encourage businesses with both a social mission and purpose that work and play in the competitive environment.

RempelGroup.com Offers Social Enterprises Pro Bono Growth Program

At RempelGroup, we’re motivated to help grow social enterprises within our market economies where ever they are located. On Tuesday we announced that we had extended our offer to assist social enterprises with strategy, management, coaching, and marketing.  Selected social enterprises will receive assistance on a pro bono basis  and a full letter of engagement will govern how we work and how we will assist.

If you know a social enterprise, a business operating in a competitive environment with a social purpose, or a cause related project such as a music festival, sports or similar event, that can benefit from a greater degree of professionalism, strategy and tactics, please let them know about our program and share this post.

Extended: Social Enterprises Can Now Receive Free Coaching & Marketing Resources.

The best blues rock songs of all time?

Best blues rock songs of all time

Whippin’ Post, Free Bird, Stairway to Heaven? What does it matter exactly.  Great music all.   Follow the link and get ready to play about 60 or so songs compliments of Google’s coding work.

Join us in the conversation at our Facebook group and Like the Page so we keep in touch with you as our members grow and our plans get firmed up.

If you’re a blues or blues rock musician or group in Mexico, or if you’re in Latin America or the USA and Canada and want to come to Mexico we need to hear from you.  Just send us a message from our page.

We’re working on plans now for Blues, Brews & BBQ festivals in Mexico both at the beach and inland now.  Looking for the most viable locations.  First one is slated for early 2017.  Details coming soon.

The beneficiaries will be you the music lovers, the communities and venues that want to help us host, and specifically the children of Mexico. The major beneficiary of the festivals will Mexico’s children by providing technology in the classroom and other other key aspects to help Mexico’s teachers realize the full potential of their students.

 

 

 

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