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Ask Beau - "To Tweet or Not To Tweet"

Beau Timken This month's "Ask Beau" is a little different, as I will flip it around and "Ask Yo."

I get asked the following question a lot: "Are you EVER at the store?" The short answer is yes, I'm always about, but many do not get to see what I do behind the scenes. Remember the old axiom "You don't own small businesses, they own you"? Well it's true to a certain extent. Add in some other personal variables and I'm a pretty busy person like the rest of us. In this regard, I do miss the face time spent speaking with you amazing customers, readers, friends, and family.

In this light as many folks want to know what I am up to, and are wanting of more sake information and oddities I have been encouraged to do more Twittering. It's not to be considered an "outreach" program, but rather a way for me to keep you guys posted about all the information on sake that I touch, create, learn, enjoy on almost an every day basis. I taste sakes literally every night. I play with these brews as I do a review for them. Is this information that you would like to hear about? Is this useful information? Would this be a second best scenario to not seeing BT in the store?

So I ask you good people should I Tweet or not Tweet? (I don't do Facebook personally or otherwise. Our True Sake Facebook page is operated by Lynette - thank you L - )

By all means weigh in on this "pressing" issue, I value your thoughts.

Please send your sake specific questions to askbeau2 @ truesake.com. (This address is not for general questions and I only review the questions once per month. All other correspondence should use info @ truesake.com.)
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