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Beer Drinkers of America, based in El Dorado Hills, CA, has announced that it held nearly 100 meetings nationwide this year.
* "Party Smart," a program of the Beer Drinkers of America, which educates consumers about safe and responsible drinking;
Beer Drinkers of America, for sending members like me "No on 134" bumperstickers.
Bill Schrieber, president of Beer Drinkers of America, added that "HR 1928 is the right piece of legislation at the right time.
"We expect 1993 to be an even better year," Issleib said, "because the beer drinkers of America are beginning to realize that the heaviest advertised beers on TV are not necessarily the best tasting in the marketplace, and certainly not the best value."
Beer Drinkers of America (BDOA) is urging its members and America's 80 million beer drinkers to vote this fall.
During the first six months of 1992, the national non-profit organization, Beer Drinkers of America (BDOA), helped defeat proposed beer tax hikes in five states.
Beer Drinkers of America (BCOA), a non-profit organization, has begun urging its members to demand Congressional repeal of a federal beer tax increase that already has cost consumers nearly $2 billion.
Beer Drinkers of America, a non-profit consumer organization that fights excessive taxes and unfair laws targeting beer consumers in the United States, announced plans for the group's expansion to six new states in 1992.
The Service Award recipient was cited for his agency's 10 years of service to the beer industry and beer consumers, including a national advertising program against an increase in alcohol taxes, development of the strategy and advertising that defeated California's "nickel-a-drink" tax, and creation and promotion of Beer Drinkers of America.
Beer Drinkers of America recently published a Roper poll that shows the percentage of Americans who drink and drive is declining.
And a spokesman for the 350,000-member Beer Drinkers of America, a group which lobbies to keep beer prices low, attacked the proposal.