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Volunteer for Wine Fair Cy-Fair!

Volunteer Wine Fair Cy Fair Event


Register to Volunteer NOW!

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Wine Fair Cy-Fair in support of REACH Unlimited Inc.! We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available. Wine Fair Cy-Fair could not exist without volunteer support and we welcome your participation in these great events!

Please read the below volunteer information thoroughly and click on the registration buttons below to sign up for a volunteer shift. The earlier you sign up, the better your chances of being assigned to the area or your choice. Please note, completing the volunteer application does not ensure your participation.


Important Information for All Volunteers!

To pour alcoholic beverages, you must be 21 or over and a TABC certified server.   Please bring your certificate to the event.  If you do not have TABC certification, there are many online courses that take about an hour or two that provide you with a license immediately after you complete the course.  Click Here for a link to TABC approved online courses.



Volunteer Training For 2017

ALL VOLUNTEERS IN WINE AND BEER POURING POSTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND A VOLUNTEER TRAINING SESSION:

Date: April 18, 2017
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce Office
8711 Highway 6 North, Houston, TX 77095

Remember, volunteers represent the organizations producing and benefiting from the event. If greeting and helping wine and beer enthusiasts is something you want to do, then please keep reading. We want friendly, fun loving and dedicated volunteers only. Not all assignments are glamorous but all are absolutely necessary ensure the exceptional quality of the events that benefit our charity partners. Thank you for your interest and attention to our rules.

To pour alcoholic beverages, you must be 21 or over and a TABC certified server.   Please bring your certificate to the event.  If you do not have TABC certification, there are many online courses that take about an hour or two that provide you with a license immediately after you complete the course.  Click Here for a link to TABC approved online courses.

Location & Dates


Wine Fair Cy-Fair
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Cypress Village Station | HWY 290 at Skinner
Set-up Shift Time: 2:30 - 6:30 pm         TABC Certified Wine and Beer Pouring Shift: 3:45 - 8:45 pm
Non-TABC Certified Volunteer Shift: 3:45 - 8:45pm
Set-up Crew Shift Time: 1:00 - 4:30 pm
Clean-up Shift Time: 8:00 - 11:30 pm


Minimum Age Requirements

All volunteers must be a minimum of 21 years of age before the event to volunteer. Photo ID will be checked upon arrival.

Check-In

You will need to check in at least 15 minutes prior to your shift start time. The location of the volunteer check-in area will be identified closer to the event.

Responsibilities

Your main responsibility as a volunteer is to offer assistance and information to our guests and vendors in your assigned area. You may be assigned to pour wine and beer samples, passing out programs and glasses at check-in, field runner or helping with general event needs. In order to be a wine and/or beer pourer, you must be TABC certified and have your certification on you at the festival. Please be courteous and helpful to all participants and offer any assistance to those with special needs.

On-Duty Rules

Please taste conservatively. Volunteers may not over-indulge. Overindulgence on-site (or the appearance or suggestion of overindulgence) will result in immediate removal from the event.

Attendance

We count on your presence and your prompt arrival for your scheduled shift. If your schedule changes, please contact us immediately!

Arrival & Breaks

Please allow adequate time to allow for parking  and check-in, please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled shift time. Please plan your rush hour travel plans accordingly. Your breaks will be coordinated by your Volunteer Captain.


Attire


Wine Fair Cy-Fair:
For this event, please come dressed in resort casual attire and be sure to wear comfortable shoes
because you will be standing for some time. Close toe shoes are safer and are preferred.



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