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SOUTHERN WINE & SPIRITS OF AMERICA, INC. GRANTED PERMIT TO OPERATE IN INDIANA
Thursday, December 10, 2009 (2440 reads)


SOUTHERN NOW ACTIVE IN 29 STATES AND LICENSED IN 32 STATES

Miami, Florida, December 9, 2009 – Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc. (Southern), the nation’s leading wine and spirits distributor and control states broker with a tradition of service excellence since 1968 today announced the Company’s Indiana subsidiary, Southern Wine & Spirits of Indiana, Inc., had obtained a wholesaler’s permit to operate in Indiana. This follows the approval of Southern’s application by the Indiana Alcoholic & Tobacco Commission (IATC).


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Cornell Research Highlights Strategies that Correlate to Increased Wine Sales
Tuesday, December 01, 2009 (2333 reads)


Cornell Hospitality Report Finds Wine List Tactics that Could Result in Higher Wine Sales

Ithaca, NY, July 21, 2009 – A Cornell University wine research study has identified four key strategies that coincide with higher wine sales in restaurants. In a newly released report, "Wine List Characteristics Associated with Greater Wine Sales," certain attributes of restaurant wine lists were analyzed by Cornell University's Sybil Yang and Michael Lynn. The research was made possible by Southern Wine & Spirits of America, partnering with Cornell's Center for Hospitality Research and is available at no charge at http://www.hotelschool.cornell.edu/research/chr/pubs/reports/2009.html.


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