BRANSON, Mo., 7/5/2023 – The City of Branson, in partnership with the Community Partnership of the Ozarks, will host Responsible Alcohol Selling classes from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers on the following dates:
This free class meets the training requirements for all businesses selling liquor in the city of Branson and those that are in the process of obtaining a liquor license. Under City code, liquor license holders are required to provide alcohol education programs for all managers, servers, bartenders and cashiers that sell alcoholic beverages within 60 days of their hire date and every two years thereafter.
This class is provided by the Community Partnership of the Ozarks. The training topics include state and local alcohol laws, how to properly check IDs, how to detect fake IDs, best practices for avoiding illegal sale/service of alcohol and the importance of compliance checks. It is suggested to arrive 15 minutes early to allow plenty of time for registration.
The intent of the class is to ensure more responsible sellers of alcohol to minimize the risks of selling to those under the age of 21 and intoxicated buyers. Although this class is designed to fulfill the training requirements for the City of Branson, servers and cashiers from neighboring communities are also welcome to attend.