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Beam Global expands support for DWI courts.

Beam Global Spirits & Wine is more than doubling its financial support for the National Center for DWI Courts, an institute launched last May in partnership with the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) to train DWI courts and promote their adoption. Beam Global is giving the center $125,000 in 2008, up from its initial $50,000 donation last year. Pictured from left to right: David Wallace, executive director, National Center for DWI Courts; the Honorable Chuck Simmons, chairman of the board, NADCP; West Huddleston, chief executive officer of NADCP; Matt Stanton, vice president, corporate affairs, Beam Global Spirits & Wine and the Honorable Harvey Hoffman.

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Title Annotation:DRINK CULTURE
Date:Apr 1, 2008
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