Saturday, December 27, 2008

Resume Clinic/Free Beer open to all

So we have gotten a lot of response about the resume clinic scheduled
for Monday afternoon, December 29th from noon-4pm. The resume clinic
is open to all, those laid off from AB/InBev, out of work from
anywhere and even those who are still working. It is always good to
have your resume on the ready in case of the unexpected. There is no
shame in working on your resume, especially over a complimentary
Missouri brewed beer. What could be more American?

On Monday, I will be at the bar- and you will need to see me about the
ticket needed for your complimentary Missouri beer. You may be
required to do a few exercises, but nothing too complex. You will be
given cocktail napkins and a pen. Be prepared to write and discuss
the future of our city as the premier Brewery City of the world.
Imagine breweries at Kingshighway and Chippewa, Cherokee and Iowa,
Natural Bridge and Grand. People will come from all over the world to
see and taste what all of Saint Louis Breweries have to offer. This
is not a strange idea, this is who we are.

Now I will be celebrating my birthday on Monday during the day, so I
would love to have you come down and help me celebrate by sipping upon
some Missouri beer.

Peace and prosperity,

--
Steven Fitzpatrick Smith
Tavernkeeper
The Royale Food & Spirits
3132 South Kingshighway
STL in the MO 63139

314-772-3600

www.theroyale.com
www.stlstreets.com

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOO HOO! This story has hit CNN, Tuesday, Dec 30th. Check out, about 3/4 of the way down in Other News.

8:27 AM  
Blogger Brian said...

"Be prepared to write and discuss
the future of our city as the premier Brewery City of the world.

Imagine breweries at Kingshighway and Chippewa, Cherokee and Iowa,
Natural Bridge and Grand. People will come from all over the world to see and taste what all of Saint Louis Breweries have to offer. This is not a strange idea, this is who we are."

Steve,

I can definitely imagine that. It's time for St. Louis to move on to a future in which A-B has a significantly reduced role.

Here are my thoughts on this topic in convenient blog form, as opposed to semi-messy napkin form. What do you think?

http://downtownstlbiz.blogspot.com/2008/12/my-idea-microbrewery-incubator.html

-Brian

1:34 PM  

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