SB 2000


IFRA Position: Monitor

Short Description:  LIQUOR-COUPONS

Senate Sponsors

Sen. Cristina Castro

Synopsis As Introduced

     Amends the Liquor Control Act of 1934. Provides that an off-premises retail licensee or a person in the business of manufacturing, importing, or distributing alcoholic liquors directly or indirectly offering or providing coupons to consumers that are redeemable by the person offering the coupon or third-party agent does not constitute a violation under the Act if specified conditions are met. Provides that any person who funds, offers, or redeems coupons shall maintain complete, accurate, and itemized records of reimbursements. Provides that the person offering a coupon shall provide notice of the coupon with specified information at least 7 days prior to the issuance of the coupon on the licensee's publicly available website or social media pages and, in the case of an off-premises retailer offering the coupon, conspicuously on its licensed premises.

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Springfield, Illinois  62704
Telephone: (217) 544-4609
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“Neighbors Serving Neighbors.” It’s more than our slogan at IFRA, it’s at the core of every decision we make. IFRA was formed in order to foster a cooperative spirit between petroleum marketers and convenience store operators doing business in Illinois. It’s our guiding principal to eliminate practices and customs that are contrary to a capitalist economy and a competitive business environment in Illinois.


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