No print advertisement is permitted within 300 feet of any church, school, or public playground. [Document on Unlawful Activities dated 8/19/19 distributed to licensees and posted on the Board’s website.]

16.12.1 On Delivery Trucks An outstate seller of wine or beer may pay the cost of painting the trucks of a wholesale licensee. [MI Law, Chapter 436, Act 58, Chapter 6, Section 436.1610d; MI Regulations, R 436.1319, Rule 19.]

16.12.1 “Alcopop” Advertising Note: “Alcopop” is defined as “a flavored alcoholic beverage or flavored malt beverage that includes (i) a malt beverage containing a malt base or beer and added natural or artificial blending material, (ii) a beverage containing wine and more than 15% added natural or artificial blending material,… [or] (iii) a beverage containing distilled alcohol and added natural or artificial blending material….” “Blending material” generally means fruit juices, flavorings, colorings or preservatives. No entity may advertise, promote or market any “alcopop” beverages to children. This includes, but is not limited to the following: The use of cartoons and youth-oriented photos in advertising, promotion, packaging or labeling of alcoholic beverages. Sponsorship of athletic events where the intended audience is[…]

16.12.1 Listings of On-Premise Retailers It is permissible for a non-retail industry member to furnish to a consumer (in response to a direct inquiry from the consumer) a list of on-sale licensees selling the wine, beer or distilled spirits brand. The same guidelines apply as set forth for off-sale licensees, as outlined below. A non-retail industry member is defined as a “manufacturer, including, but not limited to, a beer manufacturer, winegrower, brandy manufacturer, rectifier, or distiller of alcoholic beverages or an agent of that entity or a wholesaler, regardless of any other licenses held directly or indirectly by that person.” [CA Law, Business and Professions Code, Division 9, Chapter 15, Section 25500.1.] 16.12.2 Listings of Off-Premise Retailers It is permissible[…]

16.12.1 Athletic Team Advertising Not permitted for distilled spirits. For the guidelines for wine and malt beverages, refer to the VIRGINIA OPEN Digest. 16.12.2 Advertising in Student Publications Advertisements of alcoholic beverages are prohibited in publications not of general circulation that are distributed or intended to be distributed primarily to persons under 21 years of age. All advertisements of alcoholic beverages are prohibited in publications distributed or intended to be distributed primarily to a high school or younger age level. [VA Regulations, Title 3, Agency 5, Chapter 20, Section 3VAC5-20-40(A)(2).] Note: The provisions of the regulation restricting advertisements in publications primarily distributed to persons under 21 years of age has been declared unconstitutional as a restriction on commercial free speech[…]

16.12.1 Athletic Team Advertising Virginia regulations allow beer and/or wine licensees to display on the inside of their licensed premises point-of-sale advertising materials that incorporate a professional athletic team or athlete, under the following guidelines: The advertising complies with all applicable Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) regulations. The advertising does not depict any athlete consuming or preparing to consume any alcoholic beverage prior to or while engaged in any athletic activity. The advertising does not depict an athlete consuming any alcoholic beverage while operating or about to operate any motorized vehicle or other machinery. The advertising does not state or imply that the advertised product enhances athletic performance. [Title 3, Agency 5, Chapter 20, Section 3VAC5-20-10(D)(3)] 16.12.2[…]

Industry members may make payments for advertisements in programs or brochures issued by retail business associations, provided the total payments made are fair and reasonable. Similarly, industry members can pay for advertisements in programs or brochures of tax-exempt organizations licensed under Section 311.090 of the law, provided the total payments made for all such advertisements are the same as those paid by other vendors. [MO Law, Title XX, Chapter 311, Section 311.070, Subsections 4(14)(e) and 9.] “Happy Hour” promotions may be advertised, but any special prices may not be included in the advertisement. [Written advice from the Missouri Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control, dated April 2002.]