team image
Amy Quint
Partner Amy@barmarketingbasics.com 602-363-0838

Amy started doing bar promo work in her earlier years but quickly grew into more impactful roles in the bar and restaurant business.  Her knowledge of social media easily grew into an advantage for her clients and a hobby quickly became a career.  With a little direction she picked up the skills needed to drive traffic into a restaurant from members of the public that previously had no idea they existed. 

Amy is a pro with SEO tools and reputation management platforms alike.  She has a solid understanding of what factors bring people in the doors and tactics that are nothing more than a waste of time.      

team image
Erik Shellenberger
Owner and CEO Erik@barmarketingbasics.com 602-540-0128

Erik Shellenberger has been in the restaurant industry since he was 13 years old working for the food and beverage dept. of a local ski resort that his mother controlled. He’s been in the bar and restaurant marketing business for a decade and have mastered every skill associated with marketing bars and restaurants. He’s been a graphic designer and a web designer for almost 10 years, He has also been in charge of social media and networking almost as long.

Erik has acted as a one-man marketing dept. for a chain of Country themed bar/ restaurants with 13 locations. He has created and headed up promotional approaches for some of the top performing nightclubs and bars in the Old Town Scottsdale Entertainment District and several other across the country.

team image
Wendy Earley
Sales and Account Management Wendy@barmarketingbasics.com 949-510-5566

Wendy Earley and is located in Orange County California. Wendy Earley, a former USC springboard and platform diver, has leveraged her sports background, athlete coaching and 30 years of business management experience to build a company focused on providing high-end, professional results for bars and restaurants. Coming from parents that were highly motivated leaders at Stanford, USC and UC Irvine for over 30 years, this was an asset in knowing what college leaders are looking for when working on behalf of clients.