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Offline nick57

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Re: Home Run Inn Pizza serves booze to kids
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2014, 09:15:46 AM »
Talk about an over reaction...
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Re: Home Run Inn Pizza serves booze to kids
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2014, 12:57:44 PM »
Talk about an over reaction...

I find it hard to believe those kids drank very much......alcohol isn't one of the best tasting things on earth.  Its AMAZING how little servers know about the product they serve in family restaurant.  High end places stress the servers knowing ingredients and procedures, but in way too many family places, servers are poorly trained and rushed onto the floor......and unfortunately, far too many servers could care less if they know their stuff........its tips, tips tips.....not ALL, but far too many.

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Re: Home Run Inn Pizza serves booze to kids
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2014, 11:14:39 AM »
The first thing that happened was that some of the parents rushed some of the kids to the emergency room for vomiting and stomache cramps.  All BULL and overacting.  Why? You might think...  They just want a medical trail for evidence in a lawsuit.  This is a good lesson for all the people here since this forum has a lot of business owners that serve alcohol.   Train your staff well or reap the rewards of not training your staff well. 
    Things a Lawyer might ask...  Why did the server not know what drinks contained alcohol?  Were the staff trained?  Was the "Fruit Punch" labeled with warning signs saying it contained alcohol?   Was the alcohol in a different location then the non alcohol drinks?  Does the non-alcohol drinks come out of the same wand as the alcohol drinks do?   The Attorney will say lack of training and say that the server is not at fault but the store owner (the guy with the money) is liable for massive damages for indirectly hurting a small child. Think of the children!!!   hahah   All kidding aside.  Alcohol is a money maker.  Do not let it cause you to lose it all.

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