Tag Archives: Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

TABC Initiative Focuses on Veterans

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission invites military veterans from across the state to learn more about available assistance in starting a own business in the alcoholic beverage industry. The invitation comes from TABC’s Empowering Texas Veterans initiative, now in its second year. The initiative partners veterans who have established a business in the industry with protégés who want to begin a business on their own. The mentor will advise the…

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TABC Offers Training for Alcohol Delivery

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A new training program from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission allows employees of eligible alcohol retailers to earn certification as an alcohol delivery driver. The Texas Responsible Alcohol Delivery certification is available to employees of businesses which hold a TABC Consumer Delivery permit who make alcohol deliveries anywhere within Texas. The online-only course is available directly through the TABC website, with two-year certifications costing $25 per person. Students of the…

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New TABC Training Combats Human Trafficking

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A new course from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission and its partners provides training to prepare peace officers across Texas to combat human trafficking and rescue survivors. The agency joined forces with the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service and Texas Commission on Law Enforcement to produce the new continuing education course. The course will keep Texas officers at the forefront of combating these crimes. Training includes learning to recognize and…

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TABC Launches New Website

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A top-to-bottom redesign of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission’s public website is live, offering users improved TABC search capabilities. Users now also have the ability to download application forms, and obtain quick and easy access to public information. The new site is the result of a more than nine-month redesign process relying on alcoholic beverage industry feedback. This includes those agency employees, state lawmakers and industry members. The site is…

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