Hi SCANPO friends,
As someone deeply involved in the alcoholic beverage industry, I'm concerned with SLED's (SC Law Enforcement Division) anticipated stepped-up enforcement of a 20-year-old state law prohibiting breweries from donating their products to nonprofits.
It's always been the policy, but it hasn't been wholly enforced until now; that's why everyone is getting upset.
I predict that the crackdown will ultimately affect manufacturers of wine and spirits, along with any charitable groups seeking alcohol donations for special events. You can learn more about how these laws will affect you (and whether there's a need to change these laws) by joining me on August 3 at 11 am for my Wednesday Webinar presentation.
This is huge - it's not just about beer. The new focus on upholding these laws will affect everybody.
You can find out more by reading my overview on the policy and how it will affect nonprofits.
I hope you can join me on August 3.
Beverage Law Attorney and Owner of Bristow Beverage Law
P.S. Read more about SLED's plans in a recent Post and Courier article.
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