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Safe Harbor Brochure

If an employee sells, serves, dispenses or delivers an alcoholic beverage to a non-member of a private club, a minor or an intoxicated person, the holder of a permit or license may qualify for Safe Harbor if the six criteria are met.<br /><br />Meeting all of these criteria is commonly referred to as “safe harbor.” If an illegal sale is made, the seller or server might be arrested and fined up to $4,000 but the company’s permit/license may be protected.View the program >

Safe Harbor Brochure

If an employee sells, serves, dispenses or delivers an alcoholic beverage to a non-member of a private club, a minor or an intoxicated person, the holder of a permit or license may qualify for Safe Harbor if the six criteria are met.

Meeting all of these criteria is commonly referred to as “safe harbor.” If an illegal sale is made, the seller or server might be arrested and fined up to $4,000 but the company’s permit/license may be protected.

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