Party Bus owner bought $30K untaxed alcohol at Fort Campbell & sold w/o license on party barge — Bob Pizzitola

Robert ‘Bob’ Pizzitola and his wife Susan own ‘Nashville Party Barge’ which operates as one of the largest party bus companies in downtown Nashville, some of which cater specifically to bachelorettes and mural tours. An undercover operation by the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) revealed Robert, who is a veteran, traveling to the commissary at Fort Campbell, KY, and purchasing large amounts of untaxed alcohol. He would then sell the liquor on his Nashville party bus tours without any license to sell alcohol and without paying any taxes. Detectives say the couple had bought approximately $30,000 in untaxed liquor and transported it back to Tennessee for resale without a permit or license.

“Painting with a Twist” Owner Alec Rains gets too ‘twisted’ – Public Intox Arrest

Alec Raines, owner of Hendersonville’s “Painting With A Twist” was arrested in Nashville around 3AM on Saturday morning, and charged with public intoxication. According to the MNPD, on 02/24 they responded to a report of a male who was so intoxicated that he was having a hard time trying to walk down the street. Upon arrival, contact was made with Mr. Raines, who had the smell of alcohol coming off his person and breath, per officer Cronin. Alec Raines was unable to speak in complete sentences to officers, and was…