Best Bartending Schools Staff on TV

Professional Bartending Schools of America and it's staff have been featured on local and national television shows. Most of the news articles have focused on how we train people of all ages and backgrounds for a new career in the fun and rewarding career of bartending. Many of the news shows have also highlighted our staff competing in bartending flair competitions. We have had pretty good success in the Disney "Quest for the Best Bartender in America" contest and the Las Vegas "Legends of Bartending" contest held each year. PBSA is very proud of our staff that spend their off duty hours representing us in our industry!

Roger Oldham - President PBSA

Professional Bartending School Director, Roger Oldham was featured on this 2003 television show to talk about the school and how it trains and helps students find employment in the greater Cincinnati market. Mr. Oldham is Ohio's 93, 94, and 98 Champion Bartender.

Daniel Rossi

Daniel Rossi of Argentina (one of the top flair bartenders in the world) trains at the Professional Bartending School of Cincinnati for the 2004 "legends of Bartending" held at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas. Channel 5 filmed Daniel and Cincinnati graduate Randy Ruiz flipping bottles to prepare for the contest.

Daniel Rossi
Danni Rossi, PBSA Flair Instructor at the 2004 "Legends of Bartending" in Las Vegas. Daniel has been ranked as one of the top bartending jugglers in the world. You have to see him to believe it. Daniel juggles four bottles at a time and seldom drops anything. We will post a short video clip of Daniel shortly.

Rob turek

Rob Turek, Flair Instructor of the Cleveland, Ohio campuses was featured on channel 3 NBC television. Rob has twice finished in the top 25 in the Las Vegas Legends of Bartending contest.

Rob Turek (center) serves as a judge at the 2004 Vegas Legends of Bartending contest. The contest was aired in a one-hour segment on the Food Network.

William Cobbin, Director of the Cleveland and Toledo campuses was interviewed on Cleveland's CBS 19 Street Beat. Host, Ben Holbert was amazed at the authenticity of our Cleveland classroom.

William Cobbin, Director of Cleveland, Toledo and Indianapolis campuses was interviewed on Fox 8 "Kickin it with Kenny" morning show. Host, Kenny Crumpton spent two hours at the Cleveland campus and even learned to flip a bottle!

Roger Oldham was shown on Columbus, Ohio NBC television as the winner of the 1998 "Best Bartender in Ohio" Contest. The contest was sponsored by the Ohio Licensed Beverage Association and the Ohio Restaurant Association.