Suppliers may provide labor at no cost for the services described in this section. Note: A “supplier” is defined as a Colorado licensed manufacturer, non-resident manufacturer, wholesaler or alcoholic beverage importer. 15.11.1 Stocking, Rotation, Price Marking, Merchandising/Resets Product rotation, product stocking, price marking, merchandising, and resets are permitted. Suppliers may not disturb another supplier’s products while performing these activities; however this restriction does not apply to resets if a competitor has been given a minimum of seventy-two (72) hours written notice and has elected not to participate in the reset. [CO Regulations, Regulation 47-322(M) and 47-322(I).] Stocking is defined as the act of a supplier placing or replenishing its alcohol beverage product on any shelf, refrigerator, or similar location within[…]

Permitted. Industry members may, at a retail establishment, stock, rotate and affix the price to distilled spirits, wine or beer which the industry member sells, provided products purchased from other industry members are not altered or disturbed. Federal regulations apply, refer to Title 27 CFR Section 6.99. [KS Regulations, Agency 14, Article 10, Section 14-10-17.]

Permitted under federal guidelines. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.99 of the federal regulations for details. West Virginia regulations specifically state that a manufacturer may not touch, or disturb in any way, the product or displays of another manufacturer. [WV Regulations, Title 175, Section 175-4-13, Subsection 13.7.] Beer distributors may offer, for sale or rent, tanks of carbon dioxide gas to retailers and may, independently or through a subsidiary or affiliate, furnish, sell, install, or maintain draught line equipment, supplies, and cleaning services to a licensed retailer so long as the furnishing or sale of draught line services is negotiated at no less than direct cost. A beer distributor may furnish, rent, or sell equipment, fixtures, signs, services, or[…]

Permitted under federal guidelines. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.99 of the federal regulations for specific details. [OK Regulations, Title 45, Chapter 10, Subchapter 3, Section 45:10-3-24.] In addition, brewers, beer distributors, small brewer self-distributors and brewpub self-distributors are granted the following specific privileges in Subsections E and F of Section 3-123: Affix pricing to the shelf strip or product display for the product being delivered by the beer distributor, small brewer self-distributor or brewpub self-distributor, or brewed by the brewer; Routinely stock and restock shelves and cold boxes and rotate product that has been sold to the retail licensee by the beer distributor, small brewer self-distributor or brewpub self-distributor, or brewed by the brewer; Give or sell coil[…]

15.11.1 Stocking, Rotation, Price Marking, Merchandising/Resets Permitted under the following conditions for those industry members authorized to sell to retail licensees only, i.e., wholesalers. The following activities apply to all types of alcoholic beverages, and may be performed only with the permission of the retail licensee and without altering or disturbing in any way the alcoholic beverage products sold by other industry members. Industry members, as described above, may stock, rotate, affix prices and reset or rearrange the alcoholic beverages they sell. Products of other industry members may not be altered or disturbed. Industry members may organize and build displays which are accessible to consumers and which contain only their own products. However, notwithstanding the prohibition against altering or disturbing[…]

15.11.1 Alcoholic beverages over 6% ABV Wholesalers and suppliers (and their employees, agents or brokers) who deal in alcoholic beverages in excess of six percent (6%) alcohol by volume, wine coolers in excess of six percent (6%) alcohol by volume, and mixed beverages of any alcoholic content may engage in the following shelf-stocking activities: Build and stock displays of their products on retail off-sale licensed premises. Such displays may not in any way be part of the retail licensee’s regular shelving. Restock displays of their products for a maximum of one (1) month after installation. Rotate their own products on shelves, provided that products of other industry members are not altered or disturbed. Wholesalers and suppliers, as defined above, may[…]

15.11.1 Stocking, Rotation, Price Marking, Merchandising/Resets Industry members may affix prices to alcoholic liquor, wine, beer, or canned cocktails sold by the industry member at the time of delivery, provided the retailer independently determines the price. Industry members may build product displays either at the time of delivery or at other times. Industry members may not reset or rearrange another industry member’s products without the explicit consent of the retailer. An industry member is prohibited from removing any other industry member’s point-of-sale advertising matter. [IA Regulations, Title 185, Chapter 16, Section 185-16.14(123).] CAUTION: Review Title 27 CFR Part 6.99 of the federal regulations to ensure that no violation occurs. 15.11.2 Slotting Allowances Prohibited. Industry members may not, directly or indirectly,[…]

15.11.1 Stocking, Rotation, Price Marking, Merchandising/Resets Industry members may affix prices to alcoholic liquor, wine, beer, or canned cocktails sold by the industry member at the time of delivery, provided the retailer independently determines the price. Industry members may build product displays either at the time of delivery or at other times. Industry members may not reset or rearrange another industry member’s products without the explicit consent of the retailer. An industry member is prohibited from removing any other industry member’s point-of-sale advertising matter. [IA Regulations, Title 185, Chapter 16, Section 185-16.14(123).] CAUTION: Review Title 27 CFR Part 6.99 of the federal regulations to ensure that no violation occurs. 15.11.2 Slotting Allowances Prohibited. Industry members may not, directly or indirectly,[…]

15.11.1 Stocking, Rotation, Price Marking, Merchandising/Resets Permitted under the following guidelines: Suppliers and wholesalers may restock and rotate their own products during the normal course of delivery. However, they may not handle any other industry member’s products. Also, they may not clean or dust shelves, coolers or products which are on display at a retailer’s licensed premises. Industry members may assemble or construct displays and may restock such displays whenever they wish, as opposed to the “during the normal course of delivery” limitation imposed upon restocking. Stocking is defined as any placing of alcoholic liquors where they are to be stored or at point-of-sale where they are offered for sale. Rotation is defined as moving newer, fresher product from a[…]

Permitted under federal guidelines. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.99 of the federal regulations for details. West Virginia regulations specifically state that a manufacturer may not touch, or disturb in any way, the product or displays of another manufacturer. [WV Regulations, Title 175, Section 175-4-13, Subsection 13.7.]