They do say that you learn from your mistakes
you never make the same mistake again
and so it goes when you go from an event participant taking care of all your own licenses at someones Else's events to being the one organising of your own event
when you think you have all the boxes ticked and "i's" dotted
things can still go pear shaped - especially when its the first time you've done this
the gap between state and municipal licensing broadened today for us when we found out
that we need the liquor license to have wine sold at our event rather than the vendor
Most wine sellers have a license for their vineyard/cellar door but when it comes to an event
apparently its standard for the event holder to take out the state based permit
yeh I know, I know, stupid mistake huh
lets just say we weren't the only ones surprised to find this out
Sure makes selling plants and Christmas Trees look easy !
wish we knew all this a few weeks ago !
Anyone got a "How to run an Event in Tassie Guidebook" ?
we have had brilliant business, community and council support to try
and help solve our little dilemma
unfortunately on a Friday lunch time, two days before the event
nothing can get solved in a hurry.
Sure won't be slipping up like that in October for our Spring Fete !
THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND FEEDBACK :)