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State's Liquor Licensees Reminded to Keep Holidays Safe for Patrons

News Release

Rick Snyder, Governor Contact:  Jason Moon

Mike Zimmer, Director 517.373.9280

Andrew J. Deloney, MLCC Chairman www.michigan.gov/lara

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State’s Liquor Licensees Reminded to

Keep Holidays Safe for Patrons

November 23, 2015 – Celebrating the holidays means increased liquor sales and added crowds to area restaurants, bars and other businesses. Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) Chairman Andy Deloney today offered tips for the state’s 17,000 liquor licensees to help ensure a safe and successful holiday season.

“The state’s liquor licensees and associated businesses contribute billions of dollars to Michigan’s economy and help create thousands of good-paying jobs,” said Deloney. “Staying in compliance with the rules and regulations helps licensees avoid fines and penalties, grow business, and helps keep the customers and establishments safe. Continue to educate staff so they know and apply policies consistently.”


Scam Targeting Small Businesses

It's that time of year. Christmas displays in the retailers windows. Expectations of snowy white flakes 2015_11_20_Newsletter_Image_1coming down on city streets. Merriment in the air. Yes indeed, it's that time of year, Scam Season. Recently the Michigan Business Network attended a press conference at the State Police Command Post in Downtown Lansing. The State Police, in conjunction with Consumers Energy, Better Business Bureau of West Michigan and the Small Business Association of Michigan announced the latest scam to hit small businesses. Businesses are getting calls from someone pretending to be Consumers Energy stating that their bills were overdue and their power was about to be cut off if they didn't they didn't receive settlement of the bill by debit card immediately. 

RNDC Holiday Delivery Schedule

ePour Technologies Launches Its Patented Wine by the Glass System


October 1st

ePour Technologies is proud to announce the commercial launch of its innovative high volume/high value system for serving wine by the glass. The countertop system utilizes a patented pumping, temperature, and pour control system to maintain consistent quality and pour accuracy with every glass poured.  The 9 liter oxygen inhibiting bag in tray system allows retailers to significantly increase the profitability of each glass served by eliminating wine quality and wine service losses. Costs such as trash removal, storage needs, server training are significantly reduced. The consumer receives an exact pour size quality wine at temperature every time.

Modernizing Michigan

How the MLCC is utilizing technology to drastically improve processes.

Andrew J. Deloney’s philosophy of leadership can be summed up in two words: continuous improvement.

Since his June 2011 appointment by Governor Rick Snyder to serve as Chairman of the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC), Deloney’s primary focus has been adhering to the statewide RPM initiative: reviving performance in Michigan. Over the past four years, Deloney has successfully led the agency forward in multiple large-scale improvement projects, and he shows no signs of slowing down.

FMLC Meets with the Small Business Administration On Copyright Reform


Directors explore impact of current system on small business writers, composers and hospitality establishments.


WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Fairness in Music Licensing Coalition (FMLC) engaged the US Small Business Administration (SBA) in support of the coalition’s efforts to address the impact of the current system for collecting music licensing fees on the hospitality industry’s small independent businesses, as well as the impact on composers and songwriters.


The coalition’s Washington, D.C. team met with SBA officials and outlined the need for the agency to be active in addressing:


· The expansion of the “Small Business Exemption” in the Copyright Act to make music licensing fees less burdensome on small independent businesses and to ensure the small independent songwriter is fairly compensated. FMLC feels that this exemption should be expanded and simplified.


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