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									   Maryland Alcohol and Tobacco Tax

Administrative Release
      Comptroller of the Treasury ! Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Unit ! Goldstein Treasury Building ! P.O. Box 2999
            Annapolis, Maryland 21404-2999 ! Telephone: 410-260-7314 ! Forms-by-Fax: 410-974-FAXX(3299);
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                                                       NO. AB – 16

                                                       August 20, 1999

  TO:                 Licensed Wholesalers and Non-Resident Dealers

  SUBJECT:            Alcoholic Beverage Coupons

     In an effort to stay abreast with new marketing                     Effective immediately, this office will permit
  techniques and modern technology, the Alcohol and                  coupon disbursement to the consumer via a portable
  Tobacco Tax Unit is expanding the methods by which                 data file which can be downloaded and printed from
  alcoholic beverage coupons may be provided to                      the Internet. This expansion is in addition to the
  consumers. Current Maryland Trade Practices                        aforementioned methods allowed under Regulation .03.
  Regulation A (1) permits coupons to be                 All other existing provisions and restrictions contained
  provided to consumers only at the point of purchase,               in Regulation .03 are still applicable.
  through direct mail, or through the print media.
                                                                        Please contact this office at (410) 260-7314 if you
                                                                     have any questions regarding this release.

                                                                                      Charles W. Ehart, DPA

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