TopShelf is committed to helping communities reduce illegal alcohol sales and underage drinking. For many years, owner Kim Pouncey has served on policy boards and advisory teams in support of public education and awareness efforts. We also provide consulting time and speaker services to coalitions, alcohol boards and other community groups involved in alcohol safety. Ask us about our giving-back program.
TopShelf offers reduced rates on these classes and compliance tools to qualified 501(c)(3) organization
Special Event Servers
Does your organization host events that involve alcohol sales? Anyone checking ID for armbands or serve at special events should be educated on illegal alcohol sales and how to check IDs. TopShelf’s online course Minors: Reducing a Major Liability for Nonprofits provides information on legal responsibility, carding and recognizing signs of intoxication (available in 2017).
Contact us to learn more.
Alcohol Awareness Training
We partner with anti-drug and health coalitions to educate employees and volunteers on alcohol policy and local and state regulations. TopShelf training covers best practices for checking IDs and other strategies to reduce underage drinking and over-serving customers.
Endorsed by the Prevention Alliance of Tennessee, TopShelf training is ideal for community leaders, coalition members and law enforcement personnel.
Contact us for coalition pricing and details.
Compliance Tools for Nonprofits
Nonprofits organizations receive reduced rates on ID Checking Guides and TopShelf’s patented ID Coders (currently available in 17 states).
Free Manager’s Guide for On- and Off-Premise Sales (includes policy ideas, sample city and county training ordinances). Can be customized with your logo on the back cover.
Contact us for special pricing for nonprofit organizations.