California Beer and Beverage Distributors

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California Beer and Beverage Distributors
California Beer and Beverage Distributors logo.jpg
Headquarters Sacramento
Region served
California
chairman
Ryan Donaghy[1]
Website http://www.cbbd.com/

California Beer and Beverage Distributors (CBBD) is the largest nonprofit trade association representing brewers, distributors, and retailers of beer in the state of California.

History[edit]

The CBBD was founded by Adolph Markstein, who also founded the National Beer Wholesalers Association.[2]

Rockwell Project[edit]

The CBBD is a sponsor of the Rockwell Project,[3] which is a program using the testimonial of Jim Rockwell to discourage persons below the legal drinking age from using alcohol. Jim Rockwell is a man who, as a teenager, caused an automobile accident while driving under the influence of alcohol.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.cbbd.com/leadership.html
  2. ^ Taylor, Michael (26 February 2004). "Adolph Markstein -- executive at beer company". SFGate. Retrieved 18 September 2010. 
  3. ^ "The Beer Wholesaler as Responsible Citizen". cbbd.org. California Beer and Beverage Distributors. Retrieved 18 September 2010. 
  4. ^ Stephanie Strategos. "About The Rockwell Project". nbwa.org. National Beer Wholesalers Association. Retrieved 18 September 2010. 

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