The Nightclub & Bar Top 100 Survey is Closing Tomorrow

Nightclub & Bar is seeking the Top 100 revenue-generating
nightclubs, bars and lounges.

Top 100 Survey

You Better Hurry! The Top 100 Survey Deadline is Tomorrow!

Information Needed To Complete Survey: In order to complete the Nightclub & Bar Top 100 Survey you will need basic venue information including square footage, occupancy and number of service stations, bars and employees. In addition you will also need estimated sales for 2013, average check spend and percentage of sales generated from beer, wine, spirits, food, cover charges and gaming.

Nightclub & Bar Top 100

We identify the largest-volume nightclub, bar and lounge venues in the U.S. by way of the annual top 100 operator survey. The 2013 Nightclub & Bar Top 100 – the industry’s only annual list of high-volume nightclubs, bars and lounges – is recognized by national media as the definitive ranking of the nation’s leading nightlife venues. The Nightclub & Bar Top 100 list has become a sought-after label for premier nightlife destinations throughout the United States.

The survey also yields important information about industry trends and performance, allowing nightlife operators to benchmark their venues. In addition to the survey results secondary research is utilized in developing the Top 100 roster.

The 2014 Top 100 will be published on and celebrated at the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Show on Tuesday, March 25 at XS Nightclub. For more information visit Awards will be presented to the Top 10 of the Top 100 at the Nightclub & Bar Show on Tuesday, March 25 at 2p.m. To see the 2013 Top 100 Roster, click HERE.

Prefer to fill out a hard copy of the survey? No problem. Download a PDF of the survey by clicking HERE. Simply fill out the printed survey and either scan and email to [email protected] or fax to: 508-519-7773.

Got Questions?

For questions relating to the Top 100 initiative, please contact Kristen Santoro, Nightclub & Bar Conference and Content Director, via e-mail at [email protected].


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