Steen, a past chairman of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, was most recently a board member of the Texas Public Safety Commission.
What does TABC stand for?
TABC stands for Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
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We have 43 other meanings of TABC in our Acronym Attic
- Texas Association of Businesses and Chambers of Commerce
- Túnels i Accessos de Barcelona SAC (Spanish)
- Telematics Applications in Bavaria, Scotland and Others (Europe)
- Tennessee Association of Blood Banks (Nashville, TN)
- Testing, Adjusting and Balancing Bureau (building environmental safety)
- Texas Association of Business Brokers (Austin, TX)
- Tuebingen Archive of Black British Film and Television (University of Tubingen; Germany)
- Tex Atomic's Big Bot Battles (video game)
- Take A Big Bite Out Of My Ass
- Theater Allocation Buy Budget System
- Texas Association of Bank Counsel
- Texas Association of Basketball Coaches
- Thomas Avenue Beverage Company (Dallas, TX)
- Torah Academy of Bergen County (Teaneck, NJ)
- Turkish American Business Connection (California)
- Turkish-American Business Council
- Texas Association of Business Chambers of Commerce
- Teacher's Association of Baltimore County
- The American Baptist Churches of Massachusetts
- Tax Agents' Board (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Hardcover Number 7 in the North Texas crime and criminal justice series HV8145 This work gives background on 11 less-known law enforcement positions in Texas: constable, railroad police, Racing Commission officer, cattle brand inspector, university police, fire marshal, city marshal, Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission officer, bailiff, game warden, and district attorney/county attorney investigator.
The Jester King Craft Brewery, of Austin, TX, has filed suit against the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC).
A report by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission said an employee at Chuy's in Austin, Texas, did serve alcohol to the two girls but claimed the restaurant had acted in good faith.
A spokesman for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission yesterday tried to play down the incident.
That rule was overturned in December following a lawsuit, and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission officially changed its labeling rules on July 24.