Make sure your organization is following the Arizona state law for your upcoming event if you plan to have liquor there!
The 2018 Special Event Liquor License Do's and Don'ts training will update you and your organization about the laws, including any new ones, that pertain to obtaining and utilizing special event liquor licenses in the state of Arizona.
The webinar will also provide you with a refresher on the Arizona Revised Statute Title IV Liquor Laws and Arizona Administrative Code that pertain to obtaining a special event liquor license.
Last year, we had an robust Q&A session during the webinar and in order to respond to your questions within the time allotted and efficiently, we are asking that you submit any questions you may have ahead of time. Questions that are specific to your event only may be answered in a separate communication.
Cost to Attend: $19 for Alliance Members, $39 for Non-Members
All paid registrants will have access to a link of the recorded webinar after it has been completed.
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About the Presenter
Detective Risa Williams
Detective Williams completed AZPOST certification in 2007, and served in local jurisdictions prior to joining the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control in 2012. During her tenure, she has served in various roles as a field investigator in the Tucson and Phoenix offices, coordinator for the CUB (Covert Underage Buyer) program, and program coordinator for a statewide youth alcohol program funded by a grant from the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family. Detective Williams’ contributions include working with community coalitions and playing a vital role in preventing the sale of alcohol to underage individuals. Currently, Detective Williams coordinates the training and trade practice unit. This unit specializes in training wholesalers, suppliers, and their employees to ensure compliance with Arizona liquor laws and regulations.