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2021 Holiday Gift Guide

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It seems the world is still in flux from COVID-19, but one constant remains: people are still buying beverage alcohol. This holiday season, make sure your shelves are stocked for the ultimate buying experience. The Beverage Media Holiday Gift Guide remains a staple resource for the industry to showcase a sample of value-added packs and gift boxes available this season. From whiskies to sparkling wine and everything in between, we've featured an array of products. Remember, availability and prices vary by market. Please check with your distributors.

Have a happy, healthy and prosperous holiday season! 

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The Barking Dog of Bethesda

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Has The Pandemic Taken a Bite Out of The Dog?

Establishments that depend on commercial-district employees as their patrons encounter unique obstacles in their attempt to return to normal.

This is the fourth in a series of articles I’ve been writing on the Great Reopening of 2021. And while the previous installments covered the successful returns to form of Baltimore, Ellicott City, and Ocean City, Md., this month’s market – the office-heavy, Montgomery County city of Bethesda – has not fared as well in the ongoing pandemic.

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Tips for the Holiday Selling Season

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Retailers are gearing up for the year’s biggest months. Here are eight essential rules for reducing headaches and increasing profits 

By Christy Frank

Despite lingering pandemic concerns, persistent staff shortages, and supply chain woes, retailers are looking forward to a holiday season that could almost feel normal—at least compared to last year. 

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What Delivery Drivers Wish You Knew

Titus Laie, courtesy of Last Mile Hillebrand; Abbey Koenig, courtesy of T Elenteny Imports; Ovren Anderson, M.S. Walker; and Edward DeVito, courtesy of Martignetti

Titus Laie, courtesy of Last Mile Hillebrand; Abbey Koenig, courtesy of T Elenteny Imports; Ovren Anderson, M.S. Walker; and Edward DeVito, courtesy of Martignetti

Distributor drivers and warehouse managers from across the country share their tips for restaurants and retailers on how delivery logistics can run more efficiently

By Christy Frank

The truck drivers who deliver wine and spirits to shops and restaurants may clock hundreds of miles each week crisscrossing their state, or battle snarls of urban traffic (or both) while moving hundreds of cases each day. While many accounts see their delivery driver more often than their sales rep, these interactions are often taken for granted. 

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