Purchase of alcoholic liquor advertising space or time from retail licensee
(1) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a manufacturer or wholesaler of alcoholic liquor may purchase advertising space or time from a licensee authorized to sell alcoholic liquors at retail if the retail licensee:
(a) Holds a full or limited on-premises sales license and has on the licensed premises at least one room or area for which the maximum occupancy approved by the State Fire Marshal or a governmental subdivision granted an exemption under ORS 476.030 (Powers and duties of marshal and deputies generally) is 3,000 or more persons;
(b) Holds a full or limited on-premises sales license and the licensed premises is owned by the United States Government or a public body as defined in ORS 174.109 (Public body defined);
(c) Holds a full or limited on-premises sales license and is a foreign corporation or nonprofit corporation, both as defined in ORS 65.001 (Definitions), that possesses a certificate of authorization or certificate of existence issued under ORS 65.027 (Certificate of existence or authorization); or
(d) Holds a temporary sales license and is an entity described in ORS 471.190 (Temporary sales license) (3)(a), (c) or (d).
(2) A manufacturer or wholesaler may purchase advertising space or time under this section only in connection with events to be held on the licensed premises.
(3) A retail licensee that sells advertising space or time under this section must serve other brands of distilled liquors, malt beverages, cider or wine in addition to the brand manufactured or sold by the manufacturer or wholesaler purchasing advertising space or time.
(4) A purchase of advertising space or time under the provisions of this section must be made by written agreement. [1995 c.51 §2; 1999 c.351 §71; 2011 c.173 §1; 2013 c.537 §8]
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