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1 Founded 1936 ARIZONA LICENSED BEVERAGE ASSOCIATION, INC. Edition In a demonstration of solidarity with the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association, the Beer and Wine Distributors of Arizona (BWDA) and Alliance Beverage Distributing Company have each recently renewed their respective affiliate memberships in the only organization that represents the interests of the state s liquor retailers. The BWDA, a professional trade association representing eleven major beer and Distributors Renew Annual Affiliate Membership in ALBA Story and Photos by Andy Limber Steve Barclay, executive director of the Beer and Wine Distributors of Arizona, receives the 2013 Affiliate Member certificate for the BWDA from Bill Weigele, ALBA president. wine distributors across Arizona, presented a dues check in the amount of $15,000 to ALBA President Bill Weigele. BWDA Executive Director Steve Barclay said, I can attest to the fact that solidarity and unity in our industry are vital to our collective success and survival. Arizona s bars, restaurants and taverns, and the distributors who serve them, together face serious threats higher taxes, DUI laws, local control issues, and many others. If we don t stand together and fight, bad things will happen to us. Barclay continued, saying, BWDA considers ALBA to be an important and loyal industry partner, and we hope that ALBA members view us the same way. We are glad to renew our ALBA membership and look forward to continuing our close working relationship. Alliance Beverage, the state s largest distributor of alcoholic beverages, has long supported the ALBA mission of working to prevent legislation and regulations that might unfairly impact Arizona s retail liquor licensees. Bill Weigele (left), ALBA president, presents the 2013 Affiliate Member certificate for Alliance Beverage to Tracy Uffelman, the distributorship s vice president for legislative affairs and community relations. Alliance Vice President of Legislative and Community Relations, Tracy Uffelman, representing company President Bob Smith, personally presented the firm s $5,000 check for its 2013 affiliate membership dues to President Weigele. ALBA is Arizona s oldest trade association and has been at the forefront of many, many issues over the years, said Uffelman. We felt that when the opportunity came forward be an affiliate partner we would want Alliance to be first in line. So we will continue to support ALBA s efforts in a very viable partnership within an industry that has a lot of challenges right now. On a separate occasion, Alliance chief Bob Smith said, ALBA is the backbone of the wine and spirits industry and is so very important to supporting the various brands carried by our retail customers. Without ALBA, none of the growth and stability of the industry would be possible. Weigele responded, saying, We ve been very fortunate to have the support of some of our distributors, particularly the BWDA and Alliance Beverage, as affiliate members. It just confirms to me and to our statewide membership their belief in the value of ALBA to everyone in the liquor business. This continuing show of confidence in our organization and its purpose is greatly appreciated. v

2 The ALBA Reporter is published four times annually by the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association, a non-profit Arizona corporation, 77 E. Columbus Ave., Suite 102,, Arizona Telephone: (602) Fax: (602) Copyright Circulation: Bulk mailed to ALBA members, associate members, other Arizona licensees and to key business, political, law enforcement and education leaders in Arizona and elsewhere. Style: Slightly modified Associated Press Stylebook. Letters to the Editor: Always welcomed. Maximum 200 words. Subject to editing for length and clarity. Send by regular mail to ALBA office or to Managing Editor...Andrew A. Limber Graphics/Layout...Joseph Belfiore Advertising Director...Fred Mallaire Proofing/Production Assistants April Sutter/Deborah Belfiore Printing.Brickprint Circulation...American Bindery Contributing writers: Drew Alexander, Alan Everett, Don Isaacson, Andy Limber, Fred Mallaire, Deanne Poulos and Bill Weigele. 77 E. COLUMBUS AVE. #102 PHOENIX, AZ FAX President Bill Weigele Anthony Bartoli Bunkhouse Lounge Mark DeSimone Hidden House Chris Espinoza Valle Luna Betty Grotewold Jerry Grotewold George Hollingsworth Lions Den Pinetop Rich Huie Salt Cellar Restaurant Scottsdale 2 ALBA Reporter Scan this QR barcode with your smart phone to visit the ALBA website Vice President Robin Cantrell Branding Iron Steakhouse & Lounge Safford Andy Ingram Four Peaks Brewing Co. Tempe Wendy Jack Wendy Jack s Lounge & Rest. Avondale Barbara Jensen-Zgonc Allen McCarthy Duke s Sports Bar Scottsdale Dave Michelson The Palace Prescott Deanne Poulos Bill Riddle Valle Luna Glendale ALBA OFFICERS DIRECTORS Janie Riddle Valle Luna Glendale Jim Shaffer Johnny s Other Place Yuma Bob Smith Empty Pockets Holbrook Dave Werner The Dirty Drummer Frankie Zanzucchi Pantera Non-Voting Directors Tracy Uffelman Alliance Beverage ALBA address: President Bill Weigele: Business Mgr. April Sutter: Managing Editor: Advertising Director: Graphics/Ad Production: Advertising Specifications: Display ads not limited to liquor industry or related. ALBA reserves the right to reject any advertisement deemed inappropriate or inconsistent with the standards of this publication. Full Page: 7.75 wide x 10 high (no bleed ads) Half Page: Horizontal 7.75 wide x high Half Page: Vertical 3.8 wide x 10 high Quarter Page: Horizontal 7.75 x 2.8 high Quarter Page: Vertical 3.8 wide x high Business Card Size: 3.5 wide x 2 high Specifications for submitting camera-ready ads: PDF format: Grayscale, hi-quality setting, original files should be hi-resolution also. Jpeg format: Grayscale at 300 dpi. Tiff format: Grayscale at 300 dpi. There will be a production charge for ads that must be adjusted to conform to the above specifications. Visit ALBA s website: Vice President David Delos Tony s Cocktail Lounge Glendale Secretary Brad Henrich Shady s Scottsdale Steven Barclay Beer & Wine Distributors ALBA-Business Manager April Sutter 77 E. Columbus Ave. #102, AZ or ALBA-Admin. Assistant Deborah Belfiore 77 E. Columbus Ave. #102, AZ or website: Treasurer Fred Mallaire IN MEMORIAM Past President Paul Klett Past Directors Phil Bay Steve Johnson Tony Marino James Poulos Louis Poulos

3 Bill Weigele, ALBA President The President s Message BAC and Driving: Another Point of View There has been a great deal of discussion about the laws governing driving a motor vehicle and the laws that determine when a patron in a controlled retail liquor environment is to be considered intoxicated and service is to be stopped. The correlation between service to a patron in a controlled environment by a licensed, responsible seller of on-sale adult beverages and the thinking that anyone that has a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of.08 is flawed. The BAC of.08 has been established as the point at which a person driving a motor vehicle is considered impaired. This standard is set by statute and is not being argued, even though a large amount of those charged probably do not exhibit the changes in behavior that the seller of alcohol products is taught to look for. There is no established BAC in Arizona for sitting on a bar stool or being at a table dining and drinking. The server of beverage alcohol should be looking for behavioral changes in the guest, beginning by establishing a baseline upon first meeting the patron. This is done by observing and talking to your customer prior to service so you can tell when he or she may be exhibiting changes in their baseline behavior. Keep in mind that servers are responsible for any apparent change while serving them. The belief that anyone that may have a BAC of.08 is intoxicated and that to be served any more is reckless and irresponsible. There is no substantial data to support this and is a myth in an antialcohol mindset. There are many behavioral cues that servers are taught to watch for when serving beverage alcohol. The tolerance of a person varies by many factors, including age and how much a person normally consumes. The behavior patterns of a patron at a given BAC are not constant. Each customer should be evaluated by such factors as their gender and physical size, how fast they are consuming, the strength of drinks, and whether or not they are having a meal or snacks. Additionally, it should be seen if they are displaying any behavioral cues that would indicate service should be slowed or cut off. The statute for this is clear in A.R.S Unlawful acts It is unlawful: 14. For a licensee or other person to serve, sell or furnish spirituous liquor to a disorderly or obviously intoxicated person, or for a licensee or employee of the licensee to allow or permit a disorderly or obviously intoxicated person to come into or remain on or about the premises, except that a licensee or an employee of the licensee may allow an obviously intoxicated person to remain on the premises for a period of time not to exceed thirty minutes after the state of obvious intoxication is known or should be known to the licensee in order that a non-intoxicated person may transport the obviously intoxicated from the premises. For the purposes of this section, obviously intoxicated means inebriated to the extent that a person s physical faculties are substantially impaired and the impairment is shown by significantly uncoordinated physical action or significant physical dysfunction that would have been obvious to a reasonable person. Because of the driving laws in Arizona, one must consider if the patron is driving or being driven. The point at which a patron may be intoxicated is not a clinical assessment. The industry standard is behavior and it is not reasonable to say the BAC of.08 is where all drinkers behavior will have changed to the point service must be stopped. We must serve responsibly and realize a patron who is driving requires more attention, as the law for driving is the determining factor if you allow them to drive intoxicated. v ALBA Reporter 3

4 "I'll stick with gin. Champagne is just ginger ale that knows somebody." Hawkeye from M*A*S*H For ALBA Members Only! A Huge 25% Discount On All Small Wares at Andrews Restaurant Supply, NW corner of Alma School & W. University Dr. in Mesa. Call the ALBA Office for Your Special Coupon SAMPLE Andrews Restaurant Supply 1304 West University Dr., Mesa, AZ or andrewssupplies.com 4 ALBA Reporter

5 By Fred Mallaire, Chairman, Government Relations Committee Can You Afford 62 Cents a Day? Only 62 cents a day. That s the cost of an annual membership in the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association. ALBA was founded in 1936, three years after the repeal of Prohibition, by several bar owners who saw the need for an organization whose purpose was to protect them from harmful laws. Since then, ALBA membership has expanded to include all series of retail liquor licenses. For 77 years, the association has successfully protected our state s liquor licensees from unfair legislation. Today, an equally important part of the ALBA mission is to lobby the Legislature to enact laws that will be beneficial to members. Ask yourself: Would you like expanded local control where your city or town passes laws that affect how you operate your business and levies indiscriminate fees and taxes? Has legally changing the closing time of establishments like yours from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. helped your income? Has making the operating hours for Sundays the same as every other day improved your bottom line? If you are an off-sale licensee, has the ability to sell growlers made you more money? If you are an on-sale licensee, do you like that you can keep visible or concealed guns out of your establishment by posting? If you have a VIP room, do like that you can have open and unlocked bottle service? Are you pleased that local governments cannot increase a fee on your liquor business while not requiring a fee increase on other businesses? If you operate a convenience store, would you like it if you could not sell a cold can of beer? If you are a wholesaler, would you like to be compelled to serialize every keg you sell? If you own a liquor store, would you like it if you had to keep a record of every buyer of a serialized keg for tracking purposes? If you run a private club, has selling pull-tabs helped your business? If you administrate an Arizona college, do you like that you can have a Series 5 (government) liquor license? If you operate a topless bar, how would you like it if you could not sell alcoholic beverages? If you have a liquor store with a drive-thru window, would you like it if you could no longer use it? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you can thank ALBA for its lobbying efforts in helping to pass laws beneficial to your business. If you answered no, you can also thank ALBA for preventing bills from becoming laws that would be detrimental to your business. If your membership in ALBA has expired, please reinstate now. If you ve never been a member, we urge you to join the only organization in Arizona whose primary purpose is to protect your business. Annual dues are only $225 or 62 cents a day less than the wholesale price of a glass of beer. For all that ALBA does, ask yourself if it isn t worth 62 cents a day to become an annual member and have the association work on your behalf? But there s a bigger question you should ask, and it s this: As a liquor licensee, can I afford not to be a member of ALBA? v "Never cry over spilt milk. It could've been whiskey." Pappy from Maverick ALBA Reporter 5

6 ALBA Photo Ops... Story and Photos by Andy Limber at the Annual Holiday Party Following a decades-long tradition of having an end of the year Christmas season holiday party, ALBA closed out 2012 on Dec. 12 at Valle Luna Mexican Food Restaurant & Cantina in at 3336 W. Bell Road. Owners Bill and Janie Riddle were, as always, the gracious hosts. Guests were treated to a sumptuous buffet of Mexican dishes and an array of refreshing adult beverages, which were consumed enjoyably but in moderation. From family members to industry leaders to law enforcement officials, everyone attending the evening social had a good time. v Liquor Department Director Alan Everett (left) with Valle Luna co-owner Janie Riddle. All the way from Pinetop were ALBA Director and Lion s Den owner George Hollingsworth (right) and business partner Jay Charnholm. Brian L. Sands, chief deputy of the Maricopa County Sheriff s Office, with ALBA President Bill Weigele. Noted insurance agency executive Chuck Van Leer was among the happy guests at the ALBA event. 6 ALBA Reporter

7 Kenda and Daryl Chester, owners of the Ice House in and Jester s Billiards in Gilbert, were first-time ALBA holiday party attendees. Prominent attorneys Jerry and Andrea Lewkowitz take time to relax at the year-end holiday gathering. From the Guttila Murphy Anderson law firm were attorney Ryan R. Seidel and legal assistant Karen H. Plum. Guests were well-served at Valle Luna by Ricardo Bocanegra and Rhianna Newhall. ALBA Reporter 7

8 Playing It Safe By the ALBA Safety Committee Vehicles Are Part of Your Safety Checks, Too. We speak often here about conducting regular safety checks in and around the physical property of your bar, tavern, restaurant or private club. But don t overlook that indispensable accessory to your business, your car or truck, in your safety assessments. Besides driving back and forth to work from home, many licensees use their vehicles for any number of errands during the day. From picking up some last minute supplies to attending a meeting, you depend a great deal on those wheels you drive. A regular schedule of preventive maintenance makes sense from the point of view of avoiding a mechanical breakdown that could cause you inconvenience and unnecessary expense. More importantly, a diligent check of brakes, tires, steering, engine fluids and other key components will assure that your vehicle is safe to drive. You should also add to your safety checklist a review of your auto insurance policy to make certain that you are covered adequately in all eventualities. This is especially important if others also drive your vehicle, such as an employee. If they are involved in an accident, you want to be sure that your policy includes coverage when there s more than one driver of the same car or truck. Although this is not directly a safety issue, it s still vital to your peace of mind: Before you use one or more vehicles predominately for business purposes, you should consult with your attorney as to the most advantageous way to license and register your rolling stock. It s not unusual for litigation to result from a traffic accident, so you will want to protect yourself and your business from any possible adverse financial consequences. Of course, the No. 1 safety feature of any vehicle is you the responsible, alert, and non-distracted driver. v 8 ALBA Reporter

9 EvERyThING you NEEd TO KNOw AbOuT LIquOR LAw Since it was established in 1985, the non-profit Arizona Business Council for Alcohol Education has been the leader in state liquor law training. ABC has maintained an unblemished reputation for professionalism and has trained over 350,000 retail licensees and their managers and servers, as well as wholesaler executives and sales personnel. In addition, ABC has been the premier provider of liquor law instruction for major sports venues, private clubs and government entities. With a Variety of classes and schedules available in every corner of the state, ABC has a program that will meet the requirements of employees and employers every month of the year. ABC Certificate Programs On-Sale and Off-Sale Basic On-Sale and Off-Sale Management In-House and Customized Seminars TIPS Certification Concessions Program Wholesaler Information Program ABC Current Publications The new edition of A. R. S. Title 4 The ABC Guide to Arizona Liquor Laws is also available. For everyone in the liquor industry this publication has a wealth of information put in simple terms. Identification Register $5.00 Driver s License Guide All 50 States - $15.00 Approved forms of ID poster $3.00 and other signs $0.75 Laminating available for any of these signs $1.00 additional. These publications are priced: for the Title 4 $12.00 each, for the ABC Guide $10.00 each or $20.00 when purchased as a set. To order by mail add $3.50 S&H or call the ABC office at or For a color brochure explaining all of our services and a free statewide Quarterly Training Schedule, or to register for a regular, special or in-house training seminar, call toll-free or , Mon. - Fri., 9a.m. - 3p.m. REGISTER ON LINE AT Scan this QR code with your smart phone to visit the ABC website The ABC office is located at: 77 E. Columbus Avenue, Suite 102;, AZ web site:

10 Meet Your Members The Salt Cellar Restaurant is an Underground Treasure Story and Photos by Andy Limber There was a time when former commercial pilot Richard Huie s ambitions were up in the clouds. Learning to fly when he was 16, getting his pilot s license at 17, then earning a degree in aeronautical engineering from Arizona State University, the Arizona born and bred Huie had his sights set on being an airline pilot. But a strange thing happened on the way to the airport. All through a decade of working toward a university degree, Huie was supporting himself and his student expenses with jobs in the restaurant business, starting as a dishwasher, then a bartender, followed by managerial positions. While the open sky had its attraction, a more down to earth career beckoned. Huie had become irrevocably enamored with the food service side of the hospitality industry. Turning down a job offer from Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas, he stayed in the area and pursued his passion of being a restaurateur. It s a profession in which Rich Huie became eminently qualified. He worked at a number of fine eateries in the 1960s and 70s, including the Cork n Cleaver and the Nantucket Lobster Trap chain for ten years as a manager. Armed with a wealth of hands-on experience and the knowledge gained from his business courses while at ASU, Huie spread his entrepreneurial wings in 1981 with the purchase of the Salt Cellar Restaurant at 550 N. Hayden Rd. in Scottsdale. After extensive remodeling, the venue rapidly earned a reputation as the premiere seafood dining experience in the Valley of the Sun. Unlike many other parts of the country, few residences in central Arizona have basements, and fewer yet business establishments that are entirely underground. Stories have circulated over the years that the subterranean Salt Cellar was originally a hideaway for some frontiersman s stash of gold and guns, or as a 1930s speakeasy, or perhaps a latter day bomb shelter. The truth is that it was designed and built as a restaurant in the early 1970s and named the Salt Cellar for its proximity to the Salt River, usually a dry riverbed. It s a crazy business, but you gotta love it or it just doesn t work, says Huie. I ve been in the restaurant business 10 ALBA Reporter You gotta love it or it just doesn t work, says Rich Huie of the restaurant business and owner of the popular Salt Cellar in Scottsdale. for forty some years now, and I still like going to work. For Huie, work begins early in the morning from his office at home when he s on the telephone talking to his fish suppliers on the East Coast, California, Alaska and Hawaii, and with lobster vendors in the Boston, Maine and Canadian areas. Fresh never frozen seafood is flown to the Salt Cellar three to five times a week, some from as far away as Australia and the Fiji islands. There s a lot of logistics involved in this, Huie noted, but you get a superior product. You pay for it, but that s the cost of doing business. We have a very simple, straightforward, traditional preparation of our fish dishes. If you want swordfish, you want it to taste like swordfish, not swordfish buried in a sauce. If you want the halibut, you want it to be right. We do a little with sauces, but if you like seafood, if you like what fresh seafood tastes like, you ll like our straightforward approach. Not to be overlooked is the Salt Cellar bar, the kind of bar that feels welcoming and comfortable right from the start. It s one of the few, if not the only eating and drinking establishment in the Valley with twin happy hours 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m., offering specially priced seafood appetizers during both times. With three dining rooms, including one in the bar area, and a combined seating capacity of 150, the Salt Cellar is not the largest restaurant around but it certainly is among the most interesting. Just opening the above ground door and preparing to walk down its two flights of stairs, your heart races just a bit, generating a sense of mystery and discovery. What you first discover at the bottom landing is a congenial, smiling hostess like Marie Esposito, one of the many 45 employees that have been with the Salt Cellar an average of ten to 16 years, which is one reason why customer service is reliably first-rate. I think if you treat your employees right, if you empower them with some decision-making, they re going to take good care of business and the customers, said Huie. We ve been blessed with a low turnover of staff. In an industry that has a high mortality rate, and through prosperous and down economic times, the Salt Cellar has maintained a continuing level of success for over three

11 decades. Its secret? Consistency, says Huie. We stress to our staff and always have, consistency in the quality of food, consistency in the quality of service. We do the same thing at four o clock when we open as we do at midnight just before we close. You have to put out the same product, the same service every hour of every day. Recently appointed to the board of directors of the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association, Huie said, ALBA does a terrific job. Most people in the bar and restaurant business are too busy to pay attention to what s going on with the Legislature. This is where ALBA fills that void and does a great job being in tune with what s happening and keeping everybody informed. I first met (ALBA President) Bill Weigele as a customer here, and we would talk at length about what the association does. So when Bill approached me and asked if I would join the Board, I said absolutely. Huie s vision for ALBA is to see a continuation of its lobbying efforts in behalf of Arizona liquor retailers and to bring more people in the hospitality industry into ALBA s ranks. From the beginning, the Salt Cellar has been a family affair. Rich Huie s wife Cindy has handled the marketing and advertising for the restaurant, while also raising their two children, daughter Andi and son Jeff, now both young adults. Although there has been discussion about expanding with additional locations, the 32-year-old Salt Cellar in Scottsdale remains for now the state s one and only underground treasure of restaurants. We spend a lot of time, effort and expense in finding the best quality seafood and brining it in, said Huie. So, for a person who really likes fresh seafood, I think we re the best bet for you. And what a safe bet it is. v Walking down a long flight of stairs, you ll be greeted with a smile from hostess Marie Esposito. There s more than meets the eye at the simple above ground entrance to the Salt Cellar. A secret room behind that door? Only the Salt Cellar s Cara Coppola knows for sure. In the bar, server Tabitha and bartenders Daniel (left) and A. J. are ready to provide your favorite adult beverage. ALBA Reporter 11

12 This-N-That High Hoosier Halted on Indiana Highway On a highway near Indianapolis, 27-year-old Marcus Earl Degraphenreed was pulled over around 4 a.m. driving a motorized grocery cart that was barely visible to motorists, police said. There were some other problems. He was going northbound in the southbound lane. And the electric vehicle, provided to disabled customers, was the property of a Wal-Mart four miles away. And it had an in-store use only sign on it. And police noticed that Degraphenreed was glassy-eyed and disoriented. He was arrested on preliminary charges of theft and driving under the influence. Time to say, Hoosier lawyer, Marcus? Maker s Mark Makes Major Mistake Here s the lesson: Never mess with a man s whiskey. When the Louisville distiller of Maker s Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon announced it was lowering the alcohol volume of its product to 42 percent, or 84 proof, customers voiced their displeasure. The company apologized, saying in its website: You spoke. We listened. Effective immediately, we are reversing our decision to lower the alcohol by volume of Maker s Mark, and resuming production of 45 percent ABV (90 proof). CEO Rob Samuels said, We ve been tremendously humbled. Ten-Foot Russian Vodka Bottle Vanishes It s been tough for Russians lately. First we hear of a meteor exploding over a Russian city on February 15. Then we discover that a ten-foot-high metal sculpture of a vodka bottle in the town of Glazov disappeared. The bottle monument was erected 13 years ago to mark the centennial of the Glasovskiy Spirits Factory. Now the mystery has been solved. President Vladimir Putin instituted a ban on all alcohol advertising in The bottle sculpture might be considered advertising for our products, said Dmitry Pozdeev, head of the factory s legal department. For this reason, a decision was made to remove it. A Cure for Lonely Irish Farm Folk? Because residents who live in rural areas like to come to town for a drink or two, then drive home on remote roads, the Country Kerry Council in Southwest Ireland voted to allow country folk to legally drive while under the influence of alcohol. Council member and pub owner Danny Healy-Rae introduced the bill. He defended the measure, saying that it would prevent loneliness and dark moods if those living in Ireland s backcountry could drink and then drive home without fear of losing their driver s license. A lot of these people are living in isolated rural areas where there s no public transport, said Healy-Rae. Safety and transport authorities didn t see it his way. Justice Minister Alan Shatter nixed the proposal, labeling it grossly irresponsible. v LIQUOR DEPARTMENT NEWS FOR LICENSEES Compiled and condensed from the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control web page. Alan Everett, Director Restaurant Continuation License Option to Expire The Department s authority to approve restaurant continuation licenses will expire on Sunday, June 30, Series 11 (hotel/motel w/restaurant) and Series 12 (restaurant) licensees who have provided the Department with addresses on their renewal application will be notified via that this option will soon no longer be available. (In other words, after June 30, there will be no exceptions to the 40 percent food sales requirement for Series 11 and Series 12 licensees.) Liquor License Lottery Will Not be Held By law, the Department may hold a 7th Arizona liquor license lottery and offer two of each quota license series: the bar license (Series 6); the beer and wine license (Series 7); and the liquor store license (Series 9). Maricopa County is the only Arizona county that realized a population growth of more than 10,000, the prerequisite for offering one new license for each series. The Director is authorized to waive the issuance of new licensees should no request be made for a new license series in that county. To date, no requests for these licenses have been made. Therefore, a fiscal year 2013 lottery will not be held. Sergeant Wes Kuhl Elected to Serve on NLLEA Board Congratulations to Sergeant Wes Kuhl, a member of the Department since 2000, who has been elected to serve on the National Liquor Law Enforcement Association s Board of Directors as their Sergeant at Arms. A native of Iowa, Wes attended the University of Iowa and earned degrees in Spanish and Sociology. He is also a graduate of the Police Academy and Western International University where he completed his Master s Degree in Public Administration. v For more DLLC information: or call (602) ALBA Reporter

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14 TUDOR INSURANCE GROUP Chuck Smith Quality A rated companies looking to insure well run businesses Quality coverage s AGGRESSIVE Pricing for: Restaurants Bars Clubs Hotels/Motels Liquor Stores Grocery Stores Convenience stores (with or without gasoline sales) LET US HELP YOU Phone: Fax: ALBA Reporter ABC/ALBA benefits: ABC was purchased by the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association, Inc. (ALBA) in December of As a member of ALBA you are entitled to discounts on your training. ALBA/ABC would like to be your trainer. Contact the office for a color brochure explaining all of our services and a free statewide Quarterly Training Schedule, or to register for a regular, special or in-house training seminar, call toll-free or , Mon. - Fri., 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The ALBA/ABC office is located at: 77 East Columbus Ave., Suite 102, Arizona 85012

15 Mary Zordan Buying a Business? Selling a Business? That s our Business! (over years in experience) business) Specializing in Bars and Restaurants Associate ALBA Member JanCo West Business Brokers (602) Isaacson & Moore, P.C. Attorneys Don Isaacson Norman Moore Representing ALBA and Liquor Retailers Since 1985 (602) N. Central Avenue Suite 740, AZ Introducing.. Dan Mc Cullough ( ) All personal/commercial lines of insurance Pay as you go Workers Comp Utility Bonds Pre-Tax Health Insurance Van Leer Insurance Services, Inc (480) ARIZONA LIQUOR PROFESSIONALS LLC YES, I want to become an ALBA Member! My annual dues check of $225 is enclosed. Business Name Owner s Name Liquor License# Phone Fax Address Mailing Address City State Zip Credit Card # Expiration Date Signature Please make check payable to ALBA Mail Application & Check to ALBA 77 E. Columbus Ave. #102 -, AZ Questions? Call or Fax: Web Site: Pay by Visa, MasterCard or DiscoverCard Remember: Dues are Tax Deductible. ALBA Reporter 15

16 ALBA 77 E. Columbus Ave. #102, AZ PRESORT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID PHOENIX, AZ PERMIT NO Welcome New ALBA Members 27th Ave. Bar & Grill Desert Diamond Casino Why La Hacienda Club Oracle R T O Sullivans Mesa Arizona Grand Resort Blind Pig Scottsdale Buckskin Market Parker Desert Diamond Casino Sahuarita Doc Holiday s Saloon Tombstone Gurley Street Sports Pub Prescott Historic Rte. 66 General Store Seligman Le Girls Cabaret Nate s Third Base Restaurant Chandler Pop-A-Top Saloon Yuma Special Events on 21st Street Yuma Westin Kierland Resort & Spa ALBA MEMBER BENEFITS Health-Care Insurance through Argus Group. BMI and SESAC Music Licensing Discount SFC Arizona Workers Compensation Cash Dividends. Ongoing Programs to Guard Against Unfair Liquor Legislation. Informative Quarterly Newsletter. The full resources of a strong, established, respected trade association. "A-Team" visitations anywhere in the state to personally help licensees with special concerns and problems. Check out ALBA s redesigned web site (www.albainc.org)

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