Originally Posted by AZScott
I'm with Pyle's BBQ. The bar is looking for something to bring in patrons to sell them drinks, not another revenue source. This happens at bars every day with karaoke, bands, etc. At least with this scenario the owner is breaking even plus making some extra money. If it were me I'd do $35 an hour but that's just me. You have to make back your prep and cleanup time somewhere. If it was $20 an hour flat I'd be out.
The owners and myself will sit down and come up with a fair agreement I'm sure. I figure start off at a more that reasonable price and if its a big hit I will be compensated for it. We have nothing on paper yet thats why I started here to get other peoples thoughts on the matter. This site is a great resource. Thank you all.