Seventeen Independent Beverage Licensees Recognized As “Brown-Forman Retailers of the Year”

Seventeen Independent Beverage Licensees Recognized As “Brown-Forman Retailers of the Year” APRIL 5, 2019 – BETHESDA, MD – Seventeen independent beverage licensees from states across the country have been recognized as Brown-Forman Retailers of the Year. Nominated by their state licensed beverage associations for commitment to their state associations, dedication to the beverage alcohol…

ABL Annual Meeting Focuses on ‘Challenge of Change’ for Independent Beverage Licensees & Alcohol Industry

APRIL 3, 2019 – BETHESDA, MD – Independent beverage licensees and their hospitality industry partners came together on March 24-26, 2019 for American Beverage Licensees’ (ABL) 17th Annual Meeting at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. During the meeting, attendees networked with their peers from across the country while also learning about emerging trends and…

ABL Annual Meeting Focuses on ‘Challenge of Change’ for Independent Beverage Licensees & Alcohol Industry

ABL Annual Meeting Focuses on ‘Challenge of Change’ for Independent Beverage Licensees & Alcohol Industry APRIL 3, 2019 – BETHESDA, MD – Independent beverage licensees and their hospitality industry partners came together on March 24-26, 2019 for American Beverage Licensees’ (ABL) 17th Annual Meeting at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. During the meeting,…

Illinois lawmakers consider taxing satellite, streaming services

By Cole Lauterbach | Illinois News Network Mar 26, 2019 Illinois lawmakers are considering a five percent tax on streaming online services and satellite television. The legislation, sponsored by Deputy Majority Leader Art Turner, D-Chicago, would tax the providers of streaming services like Roku and satellite services like DirecTV on 5 percent of their gross profits.…

MADD Backs Lower Legal Limit in Michigan

Source: Berman and Company By Jackson Shedelbower March 24, 2019 On Thursday, Michigan became the fourth state this year to begin considering legislation that would lower the legal blood-alcohol limit for driving by 40% from 0.08 to 0.05 BAC-a change that could have a chilling effect on sales at restaurants and bars. This also marks…