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Introducing the Ohio Bar Owners Association

 The leadership and staff of the Ohio Licensed Beverage Association are excited to announce that we have officially changed our name to the Ohio Bar Owners Association.
 Over the last 80 years, bar owners have turned to the OLBA to find out what the latest developments meant for their businesses and we will continue that strong tradition and level of service as the Ohio Bar Owners Association.
 Over the decades, the association has been the premiere voice for bar owners in Ohio—we thought it was time for our name to reflect who we fight for every day. Along with the change, we will also be hosting the Ohio Bar Owners Expo—our statewide trade show formerly known as the Buckeye Bar Expo.
 Over the years, the association has fought against excise tax increases at the state and local level, worked to pass the original Sunday Sales law, worked to pass single site election laws, worked to expand Sundays Sales ballot access and expand Sunday hours, fought for bar owners to be included in the new sports gaming law, fought for cocktails to go, and worked with the legislature to end the closures and curfews. We continue to push to vacate curfew and health violations associated with the COVID lockdown as well. The Ohio Bar Owners Association is the same leadership team, staff and membership; and we will continue to fight for bar owners large and small in every county of Ohio.
 We will also continue to find opportunities to save bar owners money. Our partnership with Illinois Casualty Company provides members with 10 percent off property and casualty and liquor liability insurance. In addition to this great membership perk, we will also be unveiling new benefits throughout the year. We are creating a process to help our members take advantage of the new sports gaming opportunity, and we are creating an easy to follow guide for bar owners to run their own Sunday option campaigns saving members thousands of dollars in consulting fees while adding another day of business. Membership in the Ohio Bar Owners Association is the smart and obvious choice.

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