This luncheon we happily welcome Mark Estee, who will discuss how he turned the idea of a “whole hog” restaurant into a community spotlight. He will share how he built genuine relationships in the community, that led to a larger food movement in Reno. He will discuss the lessons he learned about connecting with your customers first hand, in better and worse, and his creative marketing that made him a Reno staple and a national contender.
Mark Estee, the current chef/owner of Campo Reno, owner of Burger Me, and former owner of Moody’s Bistro and Lounge in Truckee, is a culinary expert driven by his love for authentic ingredients that create meaningful connections between land, farmer, food, and diner. His passion, energy, and love for learning are evident in everything he does. Estee is committed to sharing the success of his restaurants with the larger community by supporting local causes and regularly sharing his business ideas with Reno business owners. He leverages innovative social media practices to communicate with his customers and has received exceptional reviews for his efforts. HappySpicyHour could be an ideal platform for Mark Estee to further share his culinary expertise and promote his restaurants to a wider audience.
Tuesday, March 18th
Atlantis – Casino Resort Spa
3800 S. Virginia St
Networking: 11:30 AM
Lunch: Noon to 1PM
RSVP by 12pm, Friday, March 14th
$25 AMA Members with RSVP
$30 Non-Members with RSVP
$17 Students with RSVP
$40 Without RSVP (Seating is on a space-available, first-come, first-serve basis)
Please Note: The AMA bills RSVP’d no-shows. Please notify us no less than 48 hours before the event, so we have time to cancel your meal.