Book Your Stay Today for the 2017 ABL Annual Meeting in Las Vegas

February 1, 2017 – Bethesda, MD – Rooms are still available but going quickly for the American Beverage Licensees 2017 Annual Meeting, being held March 26-28 in Las Vegas, Nevada. ABL has reserved rooms at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino, the host hotel for the annual meeting, and is excited to offer attendees a heavily discounted nightly rate of $88.00 for those booking online or by phone on a first-come, first-served basis ($58.00 room rate + $30.00 daily resort fee).

While space is still available, the room block is limited and may fill up prior to the booking deadline of Friday, February 24, 2017. Click here to book your room or call (888) 529-4828 and reference “XABL2017” to receive the discounted rated.

Registration for the annual meeting is currently available online for $299, and includes access to all ABL events and a complimentary 2-Day Expo Hall pass to the Nightclub & Bar Trade Show 2017. This pass will provide attendees with access to the expo hall on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 28-29, which will feature over 600 exhibitors presenting spirits, beer, wine and numerous other products for beverage businesses.

In addition to hospitality events showcasing some of the industry’s finest products, attendees will hear from a variety speakers on some of the most pressing topics in the industry including the recreational marijuana market; the future of third-party alcohol delivery; music licensing; state alcohol policy news; industry business trends; recent developments in the wholesale tier; and much more.

ABL will also recognize outstanding beverage retailers with Retailer of the Year Awards and honor Tito Beveridge of Tito’s Handmade Vodka with the 2017 ABL Top Shelf Award.

Click here to view the 2017 ABL Annual Meeting schedule of events. For more information on ABL or the annual meeting, please visit


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American Beverage Licensees is the preeminent national trade association for beverage alcohol retailers. Direct retail beverage alcohol sales in the United States generate as many as 1.94 million well-paying jobs. ABL’s thousands of on-premise and off-premise licensee members are independent and often family-owned establishments.  The beverage retailing industry pays over $25.3 billion in federal taxes and $18.36 billion in state and local taxes. To learn more about ABL, visit