Category: Hospitality and Liquor

Hospitality and Liquor
// December 8, 2016

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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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Hospitality and Liquor
// September 12, 2016

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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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Hospitality and Liquor
// June 9, 2016

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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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Hospitality and Liquor
// April 28, 2016

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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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