Wineries don’t want limo drunks

LCT Magazine
Posted on September 9, 2009
Temecula Valley Wine Country has new rules in place designed to deter drunken booze cruises with limousines.  Limousine and charter companies are being asked to hand out pamphlets with guidelines and to contact the wineries in advance when they will be bringing groups of ten or larger.   The wineries themselves are working with the limousine companies to eliminate drunken patrons.  Establishing this type of criteria should be embraced by every limousine company across the country.  In previous years, there have been movements to eliminate busing patrons into wineries.  As an industry, we need to take a proactive approach to keep this revenue stream available to us.  Every state in the country now has wineries

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