September 22nd, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The new policy could be piloted with the 2019-2020 home basketball season that begins in late October. Southeast now joins a growing number of institutions offering the sale of alcohol to spectators in general seating areas of collegiate athletic events. Alcohol sales will be managed by the Show Me Center management and will require a liquor license through the Southeast Missouri University Foundation or a contracted state-licensed vendor, Mangels said. Risk management practices to be given future consideration include additional security at events, designated alcohol-free seating sections, limits on numbers of drinks sold per customer and cups for serving so bottles or cans do not become projectiles, Mangels said. The revised policy and procedures also define parameters for tailgate functions at home football games involving the consumption of alcohol. Read More.

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