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Presenting with MDC on Thursday

TopShelf and the Metro Drug Commission have been asked to present to the Knoxville City Beer Board. The topic; how to help businesses pass compliance checks. As the new year approaches businesses and beer boards want to achieve 100% compliance during compliance checks. This week, in conjunction with MDC and SafeServe, we will present policy ideas […] Read more

Jan, 08, 2017

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Designated Manager Training, TopShelf has you covered!

What is a Designated Manager? In order to stock wine before July 1 there must be at least one Designated Manager. This manager is required to complete a class to obtain their 5 year license. Designated Managers are the only ones that can order wine and pay for wine deliveries. Will Cheek, one of the most knowledgeable alcohol attorneys in […] Read more

ASAP Underage Drinking Task Force

The ASAP Underage Drinking Task Force is something I have participated in for quite some time. We have done some amazing things in Anderson County and even won the CADCA Got Outcomes Award in 2015 for our reduction in overall underage drinking. Thank you Chief Deputy Robin Smith for putting us back on track! What […] Read more

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Designated Manager Requirements and Application

The TABC just posted a new link on their website. This link describes all designated manager requirements and includes a download for the designated manager application. Click here to download the application. If you have a problem downloading the application please contact our office and we can email it to you. All locations selling wine will be required to have […] Read more

TopShelf Wine Seller Training Makes the Local News

TopShelf is working hard to help companies complete their wine seller training before the July 1 wine sales date! Click  here to see or segment on WATE news.

Retail Food Wine Vendor: Training Program Requirements

TABC Requirements Certified Clerk Training Programs. Before you submit your company Alcohol Training Program to the TABC there are certain requirements you must include. Since time is of the essence you want to be sure your program includes all of the TABC requirements BEFORE you submit it insuring a better chance of having it certified on […] Read more

TABC Leadership Changes & Licensing

The changes in TABC leadership will cause minor hiccups in processing applications for Server Permits and Licenses. All of these documents must contain an official signature so offices are waiting for the new stamp containing the acting Directors signature. This should happen today, Wednesday, March 30 but until it does even those walking into the TABC […] Read more

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Pre-Stock Wine Bill passes

House Bill 2586, the wine “pre-stock” bill, passed the House of Representatives Tuesday night, March 30. It is on its way to the governor’s desk for a signature! This means Tennesseans will be able to purchase wine from their favorite food store come July 1!

Director Keith Bell Resigns from TABC

Late Thursday, March 24, Keith Bell resigned from the TABC. Keith Bell was a controversial leader from day one but worked very hard to normalize an agency in trouble. Keith made existing rules apply to all, changed the rules that were outdated, and created an atmosphere for the Distillery Industry to grow. Granted, some rules were harsh but […] Read more

We are TABC Wine Vendor Certified!

We are pleased to announce that TopShelf is the FIRST Responsible Wine Vendor training program to  be approved by the TABC.

 

 

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