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During the 79th Legislative Session, a new Promotional Permit was created to allow a person to promote the sale of an alcoholic beverage on behalf of someone who manufactures alcoholic beverages, on the premises of a license or permit holder.
A Promotional Permit Application Packet can be downloaded from our website.
The Promotional Permit may only be issued if the applicant/entity provides:
Be advised that the Promotional Permit holder, including the agent, servant, or employee, may not hold any other permit issued by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, including an Agent's Permit, Agent's Beer License, and a Manufacturer's Agent's Permit.
The annual state fee is $300. The fee must be submitted in the form of a Cashier's Check, Money Order, or Firm Check from a corporate permittee made payable to the Comptroller of Public Accounts. We will not accept personal checks.
If you have any questions regarding your permit application, please contact the Licensing Division of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission at (512) 206-3360.
The holder of a promotional permit may, on behalf of a distiller, brewer, rectifier, manufacturer, winery, or wine bottler with whom the promotional permit holder has entered into a contract for the purposes of this chapter, engage in activities to promote and enhance the sale of an alcoholic beverage in this state, including activities that take place on the premises of the holder of a permit or license under this code.
(a) The annual state fee for a promotional permit is $300.
(b) A local fee may not be charged for the application or issuance of a promotional permit.
The holder of a promotional permit may not hold an interest, directly or indirectly, in a permit or license issued under this code other than a contract to promote and enhance the sale of alcoholic beverages as authorized by this chapter.