Best Ways to Serve Booze in the Office

Stealth: Contrabass Bar

contrabass-barIt’s no secret that some clients, particularly the persnickety corporate kind, frown upon booze with business. So be it. If your clientele includes some of these types, consider the Contrabass bar. During moments with your more tony clients it’s an upright contrabass, a conversation piece you can use to extoll the values of the local orchestra. For those in the know (and you know who they are) it slides open to reveal a fully-stocked bar. Bingo. Charles Mingus never tasted so good.

 Originally Published: Jan 14, 2014

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C. Hank Peters ("Chank") is an attorney whose background includes a rural, small-town, solo practice in Minnesota. He uses his practice experience from the late 1970s to advise attorneys who want to establish a lean and client-focused legal practice. He is one of a few legal marketing attorneys online and remains the inspiration for the website Big Legal Brain.

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