Are you looking for a job in the service industry in Las Vegas, Nevada? Show employers you’re ready to get to work, and serious about finding a job, by getting your TAM® Card.
Before working in Nevada in the hotel, gaming, food and beverage industries, it may be mandatory for you to have a TAM® Card. The big question is, who exactly needs a TAM Card?
- Anyone, working at any venue, who sells or serves alcohol to the public.
- Security guards who work at those venues.
- Clerks and cashiers at retail stores that sell sealed alcoholic beverages.
- Anyone selling or serving alcoholic beverages at a festival or special event, even if it is just for one night.
Our customers often ask about age requirements too. You must be at least 16 years old to get a TAM Card. In Nevada, individuals 16 – 17 years of age may act as a cashier and ring up an order for sealed alcohol if they employed at a retail store and supervised by an adult (age 18+). To serve alcohol, a person must be 21 or older. County and city laws may be stricter.
With enforcement efforts on the rise, why risk having trouble with something like not being properly trained and certified? Local police agencies in Nevada have been increasing their decoy operations and busting establishments and their employees for selling alcohol to minors. Additionally, if someone is busted serving alcohol to a minor, one of the first things law enforcement may do is check their alcohol awareness card to verify that it is valid. Don’t wait – sign up for the only official online alcohol awareness course, and get your TAM Card today.