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A Bar Fight, A Parking Lot and A Machete

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A Bar Fight, A Parking Lot and A Machete

A fight starts in a bathroom. Everyone is moved outside to the parking lot. The fight starts again but this time, someone grabs a machete…!

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Doorman Training

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Doorman Training

Let’s face it, most people think that being a doorman or bouncer is an easy job – check a couple of IDs, stand at the door, occasionally ask someone to leave. However in reality, being a doorman can be a difficult and many times, thankless job. Not only do doorman and bouncers have to deal […]

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Leveraging Bouncers to Reduce Alcohol Service Liability

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Leveraging Bouncers to Reduce Alcohol Service Liability

Learn how to use your bouncers to prevent expensive alcohol service liability.

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Stopping A Fight Before It Starts

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Stopping A Fight Before It Starts

Preventing fights from occurring in your bar or nightclub.

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Bar and Club Owners – Please Wake Up!

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Bar and Club Owners – Please Wake Up!

The Boston bombing was not at a club or bar. No, but the target was at another popular gathering place for innocent people; the sidelines of a public sporting event. The physical targets of the bombing were the marathon runners, workers and the visitors. However, the possible real target of the bombing was our way of life.

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Two Drunks Walk into a Bar…

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Two Drunks Walk into a Bar…

Notify another employee, a bouncer, if he has them currently working, that he is going to ask two over-intoxicated guests to leave. I always advise that a single employee never deal with any intoxicated guest alone.

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