Full Hands In / Full Hands Out

Full Hands In /
Full Hands Out

FULL HANDS IN / FULL HANDS OUT

Derived from a service industry term, “full hands in” embodies the feeling of “all hands on deck” – this inclusive term began in 2020 in an effort to bring the voices of all service-related communities (bar, restaurants, etc) together to assist in the relief efforts for COVID-19.

In 2021, this free webinar is a part of a year-long series to continue amplifying voices, ideas, and solutions within the drinks industry as we continue to navigate the state of our industry. Each webinar brings together a panel of experts to discuss topics mirroring Tales of the Cocktail Foundation’s three themes of education: Business, Culture, and Beyond the Bar.

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Cheers to Black-Owned Spirits

Join us SATURDAY, FEB 27 at 1:00 PM EST for a FREE and intimate chat with Do It For The Cocktail Culture‘s LaShana Daniels, and Will Drink For Travel‘s Ashlee Tuck as they meet with Black producers both during and beyond Black History Month to discuss the processes, barriers, and innovations behind these black-owned brands.

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WATCH THE LAST WEBINAR HERE:

Full Hands In / Full Hands Out:  Cheers to Black-Owned Spirits *COMING 2/27*

Webinar Archive

If you weren’t able to join TOTCF for any of our previous webinars, you can find an archive of the recording here!

Lessons from the European Drinks Industry

Building and Maintaining Community In Isolation

Healthy Coping Mechanisms

The Power of Philanthropy and Mentorship with the Founders of Speed Rack

Puerto Rico Edition 

Taxes in Crisis

New Orleans Gives Back

Recovery and Next Steps for Bar Owners

Agave Saves the World

Black. Queer. And Still Here. 


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