Mollys agreed to ''host'' my travelogue,
After some local friends posted signs all over town, I drove down to Park City from Jackson Hole to present a free 90-minute slideshow featuring my experiences during 2 years on the backroads of the Americas to Tierra del Fuego and back. Around 22 of my friends attended the show, and a few random bar patrons sat in as well.
Most people in my group ordered some combination of food and multiple drinks. I'd estimate, conservatively, that each person watching my slideshow ordered an average of at least $20 in drinks and food.·I alone ordered a burger, fries, and PBR, coming to around $16. The employee service was fantastic, and the food was just fine.
What made absolutely no sense was that later I found out the Molly's owner was there. He never approached me to say ''thanks for the show,'' never offered to buy me a drink, and even had his employees cut me off when I hit my 90 minute point at around 7:15pm. While I might have been done in another 10 minutes, it seemed he was in a rush to get me off the stage so that a musician could begin. As soon as the singer took the stage, pretty much everybody cleared out.
I just can't imagine owning a bar and being oblivious to the guy whose free routine just led to at least $400 in sales that wouldn't have otherwise happened.
Whatever. I settled by tab, sincerely thanked the friendly staff... and won't be back.
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