Subject: A CALL TO CHG CABC RULES & REGULATIONS FOR WINE LICENSE TYPE 17 & 20 SALES
Date: 8/29/2007 12:34:13 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Laurie.Puzo@asm.ca.gov, firstname.lastname@example.org
TO: California State Senator Pat Wiggins, California State Assemblywoman Noreen Evans, Ms Laurie Puzo, Napa Representative (for Evans) and Consultant To Assembly Select Committee On Wine, and Mr. Paul Kronenberg, President, Family Winemakers of California
Subject: A CALL TO CHANGE CALIFORNIA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL RULES & REGULATIONS FOR CABC LICENSE TYPE 17/20 WINE PRODUCERS
My name is John Olney, founder of The Wine Country Club (www.thewinecntryclub.blogspot.com/ } which has been designing plans to eventually sell wine under its own label to its wine club members (in development) and the wine consumer in general.
I am writing to you to seek your opinion about, and possible support for, changing the California legislative acts that limit the marketing and sales opportunities of CABC Type 17/20 licenses holders to reaching the consumer by Internet only while allowing CABC Type 2 licenses holder’s almost unlimited access to the consumer.
We have written select Type 17/20 license holders and asked for their support to advocate for changes to the existing laws and subsequent rules & regulations. We received one response that suggested we contact you as it was mentioned that you might be in favor of seeing changes made to these laws, etc. We would welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss our issues.
We have also asked these Type 17/20 license holders to consider joining with us in forming a trade association (TA) which will hopefully include all CABC Type 17/20 wine producers, customer crush houses and the general wine consumers. This trade association would advocate for a change to the existing legislation, and rules & regulations. Additionally this TA would represent a collective platform by which to market all CABC Type 17/20 license holder members in a fashion similar to other existing wine-related trade associations featuring the CABC Type 2 license holders.
You can review our research and conclusions by opening our blog site at www.thewinecntryclub.blogspot.com/ under the first narrative comments.
If you wish to read a summary overview of the issues and findings please click here>>> http://winecntryselect.blogspot.com/2007/08/dear-cabc-type-1720-license-holders-my_15.html, It is titled: “A CALL TO CHANGE CALIFORNIA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL RULES & REGULATIONS FOR CABC TYPE 17/20 WINE PRODUCERS.”
If you would like to read a complete report on our extensive analysis of the CABC licensing differences please feel free to search through the postings listed below:
(This is a rather lengthy detailed examination of the issues as we see them)
COMPARING CALIFORNIA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL RULES & REGULATIONS FOR WINE PRODUCER OPERATIONS: Click here>> http://winecntryselect.blogspot.com/2007/08/comparing-california-alcoholic-beverage.html
We have also prepared a possible structure for a CABC Type 17/20 Trade Association. Click here>> http://winecntryselect.blogspot.com/2008/01/wine-country-select-wineriesproposed.html
Finally, we have designed proposed initial funding events. Click here:>> http://winecntryselect.blogspot.com/2007/01/marketing-and-selling-of-concept-napa.html
Please let us know your thoughts. Communications channels are shown below. Thanks for your time and we hope that we will hear from you.
John M. Olney, Founder
E-Mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org/
1325 Imola West, #409, Napa CA 94559 Phone: 707-299-9548