Haus Event: How to Obtain a Liquor and PPA License in Chicago

A common career endeavor for arts and entertainment students is opening a club, bar or restaurant.  This almost necessarily involves getting and keeping a liquor license.  Yet, understanding licenses for selling liquor and operating a public place of amusement can be mythical – and it can take years, and cost thousands, to get them.  Gregory Steadman, THE Local Liquor Control Commissioner for the City of Chicago, has graciously agreed to come to Columbia College to present to our students a walk-through of the process, from pre-application to hanging those bad boys on the wall right next to the autographed “first dollar earned.”  Due to the anticipated interest in this talk, arranged for AEMM’s Club Management: Practicum course, it is open to the public.  Please see below for additional information about the upcoming workshop:

Name of Event: How to Obtain a Liquor and PPA License in Chicago
Guest Speaker: Gregory Steadman, Local Liquor Control Commissioner for the City of Chicago
Date: Thursday, April 4, 2013
Time: 6:30pm
Location: Haus at the Quincy Wong Center, 623 S. Wabash Ave., 1st Floor
Presented by: Columbia College’s AEMM Department and its Club Management: Practicum Class, in collaboration with the City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection

The event is free and open to the public and for more contact information email: haus@colum.edu

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