33. Tina Parkhill - Remaining Adaptable in Business

48 minutes

Tina Parkhill is a graduate of Oklahoma State University (OSU) and started her career in 1994, working for Ernest & Julio Gallo winery. After spending several years working in sales and management roles for solutions based companies, Tina decided to return to the liquor business and open Parkhill’s Liquors & Wine South on April 4, 2011.

In addition to juggling the balance of family and work, Tina is also committed to giving back to the community. She is heavily involved in the Tulsa County Oklahoma State University Alumni Chapter and Family & Children’s Services.

In this episode, Tina reveals what it was like to build her business from the ground up, how the changing liquor laws have forced them to adapt, and how important experience is for her employees.

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