Business News: Mobile bartending companies are confident for the future.
Brennan Stanford packed the bottles of alcohol, preparing for a new business opportunity.
“We are incredibly excited to move to this space,” said Stanford. “We have been looking forward to it since they opened. We started working with these guys.
He works with the passion he has had for more than a decade, including putting ice in a cup and pouring bourbon for a bourbon and ginger.
“When I was in college, I started bartending at a local bar in Bowling Green, and I ended up having two regulars who were in our bar and asked me to be a bartender for weddings, and it blew up. from there, “he says.
“Having the time and flexibility and, you know, a day job that’s also in the same industry, you know, being able to get those two to play together is part of the bigger thing with being able to have a day job and being able to do it. also on the side, “Stanford said. “I absolutely love it and I wouldn’t change it for the world.”
The offices in Toledo, which Stanford recently partnered with to provide his company’s wedding services, sees it as a great opportunity after a tough 2020 for bartending businesses everywhere.
“It was very difficult, of course,” he said. “With the events being canceled pretty much last year, a lot of rotations to do, we had a lot of rescheduling towards the end of the year, a lot of people having their events moved from April, May, June, until the end of last year and then until this year. “
Stanford has shot some more work at The Venues, thrilled for 2021 with the resumption of demand for its services.
“They have a lot of great things coming up here and this is all very, very exciting,” Stanford said. “I have a great girlfriend who helps me handle it a lot, and I’ve been doing it for 15 years now and it’s just second nature.”
Keep hoping for the light at the end of the tunnel, worthy of a drink to celebrate.