Secret of the Three Red Heads in the SF Restaurant Industry w/TylerMacNiven
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**Note: This conversation will be hosted digitally, not in the real live world.**
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What's the secret of the three red heads in the SF restaurant industry?
Join us for a virtual conversation with Tyler MacNiven and he'll fill you in on the secret.
More about Tyler MacNiven:
Tyler MacNiven is a producer and director, known for Kintaro Walks Japan (2005), Jonny Ramada (2017) and Big in Bollywood (2011).
MacNiven first received attention in 1998 when, while a senior at Woodside High School in Woodside, California, he launched a political-style campaign to supplement his application to Stanford University, where he had wanted to go since the seventh grade.After turning in his early admission application, MacNiven held a press conference in front of Stanford's Bowman Alumni House.
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