If you have your 19A-NPER-SER-###### number from the state you are good to go…no reservation needed, just show up on time with cash for the class.
MON/TUE/WED/THURS: 10:30 a.m. THE CRYING WOLF !
AND ONE SUNDAY OF THE MONTH @ 1 P.M. ~ this week, May 19th!
823 Woodland Street 37206
I am only doing ONE SUNDAY class @ 1 p.m. MONTHLY at THE CRYING WOLF, due to poor attendance…maybe with one a month I’ll get a full class.
Park out back behind the CRYING WOLF, please. It’s a big parking lot! Walk up the wooden stairs~ to paradise… or your ABC class.
~~The ABC has changed the procedure and, for all classes ~~ ALL students MUST register at the TABC website BEFORE attending a class! You flat out HAVE TO FILL OUT THE FORM on the state’s RLPS website before you take any ABC CLASS and you MUST bring your RLPS (19A-NPER-SER-######) number with you for your instructor or you simply CAN NOT take the class!! End of story! You may attend ANY scheduled ABC CLASS once you have submitted info and paid the state $20.00 for your card online. I am asking you nicely to come to one of MY classes so we can have a good time (schedule above & below) and I can make some dough. Make sure the upload of your I.D. to the state is crystal clear or it will slow down your turnaround time for your card, which you should be able to print out via your email account in a few days, after the class you take is processed by the state.
The TABC will continue to publish content and tutorials to their RLPS page. Try googling “TN ABC homepage” and go to the RLPS line to see what to do. There is a line for video turorials –go there and watch the SERVER PERMIT one. SAVE YOUR WORK every 5 minutes or so when you are filling out your app. online, because there is a time limitation and if you hit that time and haven’t saved your entered information, you will have to start all over! Don’t do that!!
I offer you the opportunity to take a class which is upbeat, informative and oddly enough, FUN! I promise to show up each day ready to rock and roll, ready to have a great time as we go through the required material to satisfy the state’s demands.