SOURCE: US Wine Association

November 11, 2010 06:00 ET

U.S. Wine Association to Acquire Wine & Spirits at Dealer Cost for Its Members Nationwide

Launch of U.S. Wine Association -- Wine and Spirits Are Now Available at Dealer Cost -- U.S. Wine Association -- They Have Taken an Evolutionary Step in the Wine and Spirits Industry, One Which Advocates for the Consumer

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - November 11, 2010) - Jonathan Frank today announced the launch of the U.S. Wine Association ("USWA"). The USWA is a consumer beverage alcohol buying group that acquires cases of wine and spirits on behalf of its members at dealer cost. This service is currently available to individuals across the country. "The response has been terrific," says Frank.

Over 190,000 wines and 30,000 liquors are available on the USWA's site. USWA makes no money on the sale of the actual product, but rather from membership fees and advertising. The cost of a membership is $99 per year. 

"The core goal of the U.S. Wine Association is to save our members money," Jonathan Frank, Chief Operating Officer, explains. 

Industry insiders are eager to follow the USWA's progress. The industry is ripe for change and the prices are right. Wholesale prices available at the retail level, coupled with the availability of such a profound range of product, establishes the USWA as an association advocating for the consumer. USWA will also be unveiling its corporate program for companies nationwide in the near future. Currently the USWA is in talks to partner-up with several companies, membership organizations and lifestyle groups.

The U.S. Wine Association is based in New York City. Its mission statement makes salient that it is committed to its community and contributing to charitable causes.

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