The official blog of tikitender.com, home of Florida’s favorite bartender!


Mark Woods aka TikiTender lists the following among his accomplishments:

  • named the area’s Favorite Bartender five times (reader vote) by Backstage Pass Magazine
  • official spokesmodel for Mad Gringo, a tropical clothing line based in Omaha, NE
  • featured three times in the Daytona News-Journal (a Sunday feature about using social media in business, a local character profile, and an article about the Golden Lion)
  • two original cocktails (Tiki Kooler and Voodoo Koolaid)  featured in Code Red magazine (a dining supplement to the Daytona News-Journal)
  • Created the official Swankey Palooza Music Festival (Key West) punch, June 2011
  • Created an original cocktail, Pat’s Pirate Grog, for Treasures In The Quarter (St. Augustine), October 2010
  • recently named “Entrepreneur Of The Month” by the founders of entrepreneurnight.com (May 2012)
  • three interviews on “Chamber Chat” (two about growing your business through social media)
  • regular contributor to Island Time Radio show based in Cleveland, Ohio and streamed worldwide
  • contributor to the “5 O’Clock Lifestyle” podcast show based in Omaha, Nebraska and streamed worldwide
  • contributing writer: Flagler County Chamber newsletter, The Voice
  • contributing writer: Lifestyle section of the Omaha World Herald in print and online
  • contributing writer: The Rum Barrel blog, official blog of the Rum Barrel in Key West
  • contributing writer: Daytona Tiki Finder
  • contributing writer: Florida Beach Bar
  • Daytona Beach Bartender Examiner on examiner.com
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