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Tuesday, February 24, 2015
LANSING – Michigan Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association Vice President Spencer Nevins was today named the new president of the association, representing more than 50 family-owned distributors and 5,000 employees across the state. Nevins will succeed Mike Lashbrook, who became MB&WWA president in 1989, effective July 1, 2015.
“Spencer is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable authorities on Michigan’s alcohol regulations and safeguards, which makes him the best person to help family-owned distributors continue creating jobs and growing our economy,” said MB&WWA Chairman Jim Tyler. “After an exhaustive search, our board concluded that Spencer is the right person to build on the great work that Mike has done and position our association for future success.”
Nevins is currently vice president for regulatory affairs and counsel, a position he has held since 2006. As MB&WWA vice president, Nevins is considered a leading expert on Michigan’s alcohol regulations, association governance, government relations, public relations and coalition building. As vice president, Nevins helped shape the mission, values and operating procedures of the MB&WWA while serving as a key liaison with the State Legislature and the Michigan Liquor Control Commission.
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