James was good with the customers. No doubt about that. If she could, she'd be tempted to hire him but he was obviously making more than a bundle with his own boxing rings and little bars. She made herself busy with the mugs, filling the ones which needed to enter the hands of thirsty men and cleaning the ones that were finished with. Her staff were alright but new at the job and they didn't know what to do first.
"Ah that's good. You won't be too exhausted to help me clear all those mugs back then, will you?" It was less of a question, more of a commanding, no-nonsense hint.