Category: Liquor

Liquor
// December 6, 2017

Fraternal clubs (American Legion, VFW, Hibernians, Elks, Moose, etc.) and sports clubs (golf, tennis, etc.) differ from restaurants and bars open to the general public because they have restricted admission policies. Club members form a community that has greater concern for fellow attendees and less of a profit motive for service staff leading to over-service….

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Liquor
// September 7, 2017

USLI’s Wedding Plus product provides our most complete and cost-effective coverage for weddings with up to 500 attendees. However, many customers and third-party wedding venues have increased limit requirements above the $1 million/$2 million offered under our product. In the past, the need for higher limits caused USLI to write wedding receptions outside of the…

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Liquor
// June 6, 2017

In the aggregate, special events policies can be a significant contributor to your top line growth. Your customers have plenty of significant events and rely on you for coverage: christenings, first communions, bar/bat mitzvahs, graduations, weddings, retirements and many other life events in between. The problem has always been that most special event policies involve…

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Liquor
// March 13, 2017

During wedding season, people often recite popular hymns, passages and lyrics during their ceremonies. “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.  It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs” is one of…

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Liquor
// December 8, 2016

The food revolution in America has improved our eating habits, fueled competitive cooking shows on network television and expanded the range and quality of dining options. To date, we have not capitalized fully on the expanding restaurant and dining scene, as our traditional book of business focused on lower-end and smaller establishments. In a continuing…

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Liquor
// September 12, 2016

Many off-premises caterers mistakenly believe that they do not have liquor liability exposure because they do not sell alcohol and do not have a license to sell alcohol. These caterers concentrate on the elegant preparation, presentation and service of food but can offer alcohol service as an accommodation for clients who purchase and supply the…

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Liquor
// June 9, 2016

According to the latest study by the National Golf Foundation, golf events create almost $4 billion in charitable contributions each year. The study also found that golf events had a greater national charitable impact than contributions from the MLB, NFL, NBA and NHL combined. Golf’s contributions are growing from $3 billion in 2002 to $3.9…

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Liquor
// April 28, 2016

Art galleries periodically hold wine and cheese openings to feature new artists. Social service organizations hold multiple fundraising “beef and beer” events to promote their cause and gain new recruits. Condominium associations hold regular board meetings followed by a wine reception. Many businesses and nonprofit organizations that are not in the “liquor business” use these…

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