Columbia, S.C. – The South Carolina Beer Wholesalers Association (SCBWA) announced that it recently presented a $10,000.00 donation to the South Carolina Human Trafficking Task Force.
“Since 2019, our beer wholesaler members and the more than 2,500 men and women who work at beer wholesalers across the state, have been proud to partner with the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office and the Human Trafficking Task Force to help fight this problem. In addition to serving as an extra set of eyes and ears as we make more than 1 million stops at over 11,000 retail locations across the state, we are excited to provide this financial support to the task force as they combat human trafficking by raising awareness. We know the collective efforts of the task force continue to save lives and impact families right here in South Carolina,” said Lance Boozer, SCBWA Executive Director.
SCBWA advocates on behalf of South Carolina’s family-owned, independent beer distributors who employ more than 2,500 men and women across the state by providing leadership which enhances the independent malt beverage wholesale industry; advocating on behalf of its members before government and the public; encouraging the responsible consumption of beer; and providing programs and services that will enhance members’ efficiency and effectiveness.
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