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Pimco revamps BOND ETF, changing fund s name and managers

A Pacific Investment Management Co (PIMCO) sign is shown in Newport Beach, California August 4, 2015. Mike Blake

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Pacific Investment Management Co (Pimco) is replacing the full slate of managers on its Total Return Active Exchange-Traded Fund ( BOND.P ) and changing its name, a spokeswoman for the fund management company said on Wednesday, the latest transformation for what was once the largest actively managed ETF.

The fund’s new name will be the Pimco Active Bond ETF. Managers Scott Mather, Mark Kiesel and Mihir Worah are being replaced by David Braun, Jerome Schneider and Daniel Hyman.

The ETF’s ticker, BOND, will remain, a Pimco spokeswoman said.

Once run by Pimco co-founder Bill Gross, the ETF’s assets have fallen to $2 billion from $5.2 billion at its 2013 peak.

The new managers bring “the right mix of expertise and experience in an evolving ETF investing environment where clients are seeking more income,” at a time of low rates and low returns, the spokeswoman said in an emailed statement.

The ETF will change its stated goals, including adopting new rules that allow fund managers to build more exposure to high-yield junk bonds and have more flexibility on how much interest rate risk they will take on. Investors expect U.S. interest rates to rise.

The changes are expected to take effect by May 8, pending regulatory approvals.

The Pimco Total Return Active ETF was an actively managed intermediate-term ETF intended to mimic the strategy of Pimco’s flagship mutual fund, the Pimco Total Return Fund, which was also run by Gross.

BOND first began losing assets in September 2014 after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said it was looking into whether Pimco inflated returns of the fund, then managed by Gross. That same month, Gross abruptly left Pimco in a messy split. He now works for Janus Capital Group Inc JNS.N

Pimco agreed in December to pay $20 million to settle charges it misled investors about the fund’s performance. The company did not admit or deny the findings, and said at the time that it has enhanced its policies.

Pimco, which managed nearly $1.47 trillion on Dec 31 and is based in Newport Beach, Calif. is a unit of German insurer Allianz SE ( ALVG.DE ).

“While BOND was a strong asset gatherer in early days, it has shed assets,” facing competition from funds managed by Fidelity Investments and DoubleLine Capital LP’s Jeffrey Gundlach, said Todd Rosenbluth, director of ETF and mutual-fund research at S Editing by Frances Kerry and David Gregorio


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Restoration Druid Overview

Welcome to the Restoration Druid Guide for 7.2.5 and Tomb of Sargeras! This guide is currently updated and maintained by Jaydaa. Restoration Druid currently of Big Dumb Guild on US-Illidan and formerly of Reckoning on US-Mannoroth. I’ve been raiding in WoW for almost 11 years on various healers and DPS with my most recent accomplishment of finishing US-12th, World-64th in Mythic Nighthold. Find me on Twitter .

This guide was originally created by Lavathing, find him on Twitter and at Healcraft.net .

For more Druid discussion, visit their Class Discord. or ask our guide writers questions on Wowhead’s Discord. For additional class and community Discord links visit our Discord Servers page .

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Overview
Quick Start
Priorities Abilities
Talent Builds
Artifact
Gear
Enhancements
Macros Addons
Healing
Leveling
Artifact Challenge

Restoration Druids specialize in healing over time (HoTs) and raid healing abilities. With most abilities being instant cast, Restoration Druids have high mobility and excel in situations requiring significant movement. Additionally, Restoration Druids excel at blanketing the raid with sustained throughput healing.

Basic Information

Not sure what race to play? Below is a breakdown of each race for this spec among players with updated Wowhead Profiles. Data is updated once per week.

What makes Restoration Druid Special

  • Fantasy. Druids call upon the nature itself to aid in their spells of healing. They are also able to utilize their shapeshift capabilities to gain a upper hand in a dire situation.
  • Resources. Restoration Druid use mana as their resource for their primary spells. If you shapeshift to bear or cat you use a separate resource.
  • Damage Reduction. Barkskin is your primary self damage reduction spell. If you talent into Guardian Affinity this gives you a passive 6% damage reduction. You also learn Ironfur with this talent. Must be in bear form.
  • Healing. Restoration Druids are master of Healing Over Time spells (HoTs for short). Rejuvenation and Regrowth just to name a few. Blanketing your allies in these types of heals do frequent small bursts of healing.
  • Basic Rotation. Keeping Lifebloom on an active tank, and ensure you keep Efflorescence active on a group of injured players at all times. Wild Growth for AoE healing and make sure you Rejuvenation your party members as a filler.
  • Mobility. Restoration Druids are quite mobile due to their ability to shapeshift into Cat form and use Dash as well as their talents Wild Charge and Displacer Beast.
  • Healing Cooldowns. Tranquility is one of the strongest healing cooldowns and it being baseline. There other two healing cooldowns are Incarnation: Tree of Life and Flourish if talented into them.
  • Artifact Weapon. G’Hanir, the Mother Tree A staff made from the branch of Azeroth’s first tree, deeply connected to the Emerald Dream. Provides the Intro Conversation ability and augments our healing with a bounty of traits.
  • Armor. Intellect Leather
  • Strengths. Specializes in Healing Over Time spells. Provides significant burst AoE healing with Wild Growth. Proactively sets up healing with Rejuvenation and provides strong sustained throughput. Strong mobility.
  • Flavor :
    Druids can travel quickly without a mount using Travel Form –on land, in water, or in the air.
  • When shapeshifted, they have striking fur combinations for every hair color in Bear and Cat form. These have received model updates in Legion!
  • Druids have the special zone Moonglade they can teleport to for training, which is filled with Druidic lore.
  • They have many vanity glyphs including Glyph of the Forest Path to leave a trail of leaves with Dash, Glyph of the Sentinel to turn Flight Form into an Owl, and Glyph of the Doe to turn Travel Form into a Doe.
  • A new glyph obtainable in Nighthold is Glyph of Twilight Bloom. a drop from High Botanist Tel’arn.
  • They can equip the legendary weapons Dragonwrath, Tarecgosa’s Rest. Val’anyr, Hammer of Ancient Kings. Atiesh, Greatstaff of the Guardian. and Sulfuras, Hand of Ragnaros .

Other Flavor Items

Changes in Patch 7.2.5

Restoration Druids received minor nerfs in 7.2.5 to bring us closer to other healing classes. Do not worry, the sky is not falling. We remain extremely competitive. In addition, we did receive some interesting new legendaries and an increase to our damage.

Spell and Talent Changes

  • Damage of all abilities increased by 25%.
  • The healing done by all Restoration Druid spell has been decreased by 4%.
  • Cultivation ‘s healing has been reduced by 16%.
  • Mastery: Harmony now increases the healing done by Mark of Shifting .

Existing Legendary Changes

  • Aman’Thul’s Wisdom. When your Rejuvenation heals a full health target, its duration is increased by 3 seconds, up to a maximum total increase of 9 seconds (was 15 seconds) per cast.

How to Use This Guide

  • Navigate between topics using the guide menu in the upper right hand of each specific guide page.
  • Follow the database links for more detailed information on spells and items. Our spell pages include many technical details as well as a log of changes for each data build and recent hotfixes.
  • If you import your character into Wowhead’s Profiler and Pin the character, you will get personalized gear recommendations when you browse the items database.

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Changes of circumstance #carpet #retailers


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Changes of circumstance

Change of address

If your Income Support or Job Seekers Allowance finishes, or if you move and were receiving Housing Benefit at your old address, you will need to complete a new Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction form online:

You must tell us about these changes immediately. If you delay telling us for more than one calendar month then you may lose benefit.

Change of household – birth, adoption, fostering

If you have recently given birth or adopted/fostered a dependent child you may be entitled to help from the government, such as Child Benefit and Tax Credits.

Child Benefit is a tax-free payment that you can claim for your child(ren). It is usually paid every four weeks but can sometimes be paid weekly. There are separate rates payable for each child. The payment can be claimed by anyone who qualifies, whatever their savings, however you may be subject to the High Income Child Benefit Charge if your earnings are over a certain limit.

Tax credits are payments from the government. If you’re responsible for at least one child or young person, you may qualify for Child Tax Credit. If you work, but are on a low income, you may qualify for Working Tax Credit. You can often get both types of tax credits. They aren’t taxable.

When choosing childcare you’ll need to consider work hours, budgets, and whether you want care in your own home or with other children.

  • Find out about the different childcare options available for children up to five years old

Important: If you are in receipt of Housing Benefit or Council Tax Reduction and you have a had a change in household, you must inform the benefit department in the council of this change by completing our online form and providing your birth certificate / Tax Credit letter.

Other changes of circumstances

If you have any other changes in circumstance you must tell us immediately in writing.

If you delay telling us for more than one calendar month you may lose benefit.

Every time we receive information from you, we will write back to you to confirm how your benefit has been affected. If you do not receive this confirmation you must assume that we have not heard from you (and your benefit will continue as before). If this is the case you must contact us again. It could be considered as fraud if you knowingly continue to receive benefit when your entitlement may have changed.

We will assess your claim using the information you have given to us. Youmusttell us straight away if there are any changes to your circumstances.

Here are some examples of changes you must report:

  • You stop receiving Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance or Employment and Support Allowance
  • Your Working Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit changes
  • You move (even if you only move to a different room or flat within the same property)
  • A child leaves school or leaves home
  • You have a baby
  • Your child starts to be cared for, or stops being cared for, by a registered child minder, nursery or play group
  • Someone moves into or out of your home (including boarders and sub-tenants)
  • Your income, or the income of anyone living with you, goes up or down
  • You or anyone living with you becomes a student, or takes up a government training scheme
  • You or anyone living with you goes into hospital or a nursing home, or goes into prison (even if this is on remand)
  • You or anyone living with you gets a job, or changes their job, or becomes unemployed
  • You or anyone living with you takes a second job
  • You return to work after a period of illness where you have been receiving benefit
  • You or anyone living with you has a change in capital or savings of £150 or more (this does not apply to people receiving Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance (Income Based) or Pension Credit (Guarantee Credit) – you should notify the Department for Work and Pensions)
  • Your rent changes
  • You and/or your partner will be away from home for two weeks or more. Where possible, tell us about this before you go
  • You receive a decision from the Home Office
  • Someone starts to receive Carer’s Allowance for looking after you
  • You change the bank account that we are paying your Housing Benefit into
  • Anything at all which is different from what you have told us on your claim form

You must tell us about these changes in writing – a phone call is not enough. Do not rely on anyone else to give us the information, or pass a message on, not even the Job Centre, Pensions Service or Revenues and Customs.

If you don’t tell us about the changes, you may lose money you are entitled to, or we may pay you too much benefit which we can ask you to repay.

If you’re not sure about whether or not you need to tell us about a change, ring us on (01273) 292000 to check or write to us with the details.

Stays in hospital

You must let the council and the Department for Work and Pensions know if you have to go into hospital for any length of time. Your benefit entitlement will need to be reassessed to take into account your new circumstances. If you were not claiming any form of benefit prior to entering hospital, you may now be entitled to claim.

By informing us of your circumstances we can make sure your benefit continues whilst you’re away. You are entitled to have your Housing Benefit paid for up to a year whilst you’re away from home or having treatment or in hospital.

You may need an appointee – someone to handle your benefit affairs whilst you are in hospital. We can advise you how to do this.


What the 2016 EE price changes mean for you #discount #coupon #codes


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What the 2016 EE price changes mean for you

Overview

Every year in March, your monthly price plan cost will increase by the rate of RPI (Retail Price Index). RPI is a measure linked to inflation and measures the increase in prices for consumers on average across the country, over the last 12 months.

From 30th March 2016, you will see a 1.3% increase to your monthly price plan on any bills you receive if you joined or upgraded to a Pay Monthly, SIM Only, 4GEE Wifi / mobile broadband or Business contract between 26 th March 2014 and 10 th February 2016. This increase is in line with the RPI published by the Office for National Statistics on the 16 th February 2016 and as per clause 7.4 of your terms (or clause 7.1.4 if you joined/upgraded before 11 November 2015).

To view your terms, click here or if you re a business customer click here .

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are you increasing your prices?

This increase is in line with your terms which state that your monthly price plan cost will increase every year, in March, by the rate of RPI. These terms are compliant with Ofcom regulations regarding in-contract price increases. For more information, please refer to clause 7.4 of your terms (or clause 7.1.4 if you upgraded with us before 11 November 2015). Click here to view, or if you are a business customer, click here .

The rate of RPI published on 16 th February 2016 is 1.3%. As a result, an increase of 1.3% will be reflected in your plan from 30 th March 2016.

What is RPI?

Retail Price Index (RPI) is a measure linked to inflation and measures the increase in prices for consumers on average across the country, over the last 12 months.

How have you calculated the rate of increase on my plan?

We have used the Retail Price Index (RPI) published on 16 th February 2016 which is 1.3%.

The increase is calculated by adding 1.3% to the price of your monthly plan. Use the calculator above to calculate your new plan cost.

What about my discount?

If you have a discount then this will not change. The price increase is applied to your existing price plan cost and then any discount is applied afterwards. You can log into My Account to see more information about your price plan.

How will the increase appear on my bill?

The increase will appear on your bill in one of two ways:

1- As an increase in your monthly price plan.
2- As an additional cost, displayed as Subscription Charge

Can I cancel my contract?

If you wish to cancel your contract, you ll need to pay any cancellation charges that may apply. As stated in your terms you may cancel your contract without penalty if we increase your monthly plan charge by more than the current rate of RPI. This increase is in line with RPI and therefore cancellation charges may apply.

How do I know if my price is increasing?

All customers who are impacted by the price increase will be contacted. You will receive a minimum of 30 days written notice (letter or SMS) notifying you before the increase takes place.

Why are some customers affected and not others?

Contracts entered since 26 th March 2014 are subject to terms stating that the monthly price plan will be increased once a year, in March, by the most recently published RPI. Customers who joined or upgraded on or after the 10 th February 2016 will not be impacted this year, but will get their first increase in March 2017.

What happens if I recently upgraded?

If you have upgraded since 10 th February 2016 then this price increase does not apply this year.

You will not receive a price plan increase until March 2017.

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Wine Retailer Association Announces Name Changes and Expanded Area of Focus #retail #sign


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For Immediate Release April 24, 2013

Wine Retailer Association Announces Name Changes and Expanded Area of Focus

—National Association of Wine Retailers Expanding
Focus to Include New Areas of Concern to America’s Wine Retailers—

(Sacramento, CALIF)—The Specialty Wine Retailers Association (SWRA) announced today it is changing the organization’s name to the National Association of Wine Retailers (NAWR) to reflect an expansion of the trade association’s areas of interest and focus. While still advocating for the rights of retailers to ship wine directly to consumers, NAWR has expanded its advocacy interest to issue of Third Party Marketing, Primary Source laws, and Tied House regulations as well as an expanded interest in promoting proper Commerce Clause understanding as it relates to alcohol and the 21st Amendment.

Although SWRA was founded with the specific intent of asserting wine retailers’ rights to practice wine retailing free from state based discrimination, a host of new issues impacting how wine retailers conduct business in the 21st century have convinced the Board of Directors to expand its area of focus,” said Tom Wark, the NAWR Executive Director. “NAWR remains intent on forcing the issue of free, fair and non-discriminatory direct shipping via the courthouse and the state house, but is also expanding to assert retailers interest in a host of other areas.

The new NAWR has also launched a new website in association with the name change: http://www.nawr.org. The NAWR positions on a number of issues of concern to NAWR members and modern retailers are presented at the new website.

“Wine retailing in the United States has rapidly changed and evolved over the past decade to the point where changing consumer expectations, enhanced logistics technology and new retail marketing channels are forcing wine retailers to change how they do business,” noted Wark. “The new NAWR represents wine retailers who require a voice in the regulatory and political arena able to articulate their unique interests.”

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Changes of circumstance

Change of address

If your Income Support or Job Seekers Allowance finishes, or if you move and were receiving Housing Benefit at your old address, you will need to complete a new Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction form online:

You must tell us about these changes immediately. If you delay telling us for more than one calendar month then you may lose benefit.

Change of household – birth, adoption, fostering

If you have recently given birth or adopted/fostered a dependent child you may be entitled to help from the government, such as Child Benefit and Tax Credits.

Child Benefit is a tax-free payment that you can claim for your child(ren). It is usually paid every four weeks but can sometimes be paid weekly. There are separate rates payable for each child. The payment can be claimed by anyone who qualifies, whatever their savings, however you may be subject to the High Income Child Benefit Charge if your earnings are over a certain limit.

Tax credits are payments from the government. If you’re responsible for at least one child or young person, you may qualify for Child Tax Credit. If you work, but are on a low income, you may qualify for Working Tax Credit. You can often get both types of tax credits. They aren’t taxable.

When choosing childcare you’ll need to consider work hours, budgets, and whether you want care in your own home or with other children.

  • Find out about the different childcare options available for children up to five years old

Important: If you are in receipt of Housing Benefit or Council Tax Reduction and you have a had a change in household, you must inform the benefit department in the council of this change by completing our online form and providing your birth certificate / Tax Credit letter.

Other changes of circumstances

If you have any other changes in circumstance you must tell us immediately in writing.

If you delay telling us for more than one calendar month you may lose benefit.

Every time we receive information from you, we will write back to you to confirm how your benefit has been affected. If you do not receive this confirmation you must assume that we have not heard from you (and your benefit will continue as before). If this is the case you must contact us again. It could be considered as fraud if you knowingly continue to receive benefit when your entitlement may have changed.

We will assess your claim using the information you have given to us. Youmusttell us straight away if there are any changes to your circumstances.

Here are some examples of changes you must report:

  • You stop receiving Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance or Employment and Support Allowance
  • Your Working Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit changes
  • You move (even if you only move to a different room or flat within the same property)
  • A child leaves school or leaves home
  • You have a baby
  • Your child starts to be cared for, or stops being cared for, by a registered child minder, nursery or play group
  • Someone moves into or out of your home (including boarders and sub-tenants)
  • Your income, or the income of anyone living with you, goes up or down
  • You or anyone living with you becomes a student, or takes up a government training scheme
  • You or anyone living with you goes into hospital or a nursing home, or goes into prison (even if this is on remand)
  • You or anyone living with you gets a job, or changes their job, or becomes unemployed
  • You or anyone living with you takes a second job
  • You return to work after a period of illness where you have been receiving benefit
  • You or anyone living with you has a change in capital or savings of £150 or more (this does not apply to people receiving Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance (Income Based) or Pension Credit (Guarantee Credit) – you should notify the Department for Work and Pensions)
  • Your rent changes
  • You and/or your partner will be away from home for two weeks or more. Where possible, tell us about this before you go
  • You receive a decision from the Home Office
  • Someone starts to receive Carer’s Allowance for looking after you
  • You change the bank account that we are paying your Housing Benefit into
  • Anything at all which is different from what you have told us on your claim form

You must tell us about these changes in writing – a phone call is not enough. Do not rely on anyone else to give us the information, or pass a message on, not even the Job Centre, Pensions Service or Revenues and Customs.

If you don’t tell us about the changes, you may lose money you are entitled to, or we may pay you too much benefit which we can ask you to repay.

If you’re not sure about whether or not you need to tell us about a change, ring us on (01273) 292000 to check or write to us with the details.

Stays in hospital

You must let the council and the Department for Work and Pensions know if you have to go into hospital for any length of time. Your benefit entitlement will need to be reassessed to take into account your new circumstances. If you were not claiming any form of benefit prior to entering hospital, you may now be entitled to claim.

By informing us of your circumstances we can make sure your benefit continues whilst you’re away. You are entitled to have your Housing Benefit paid for up to a year whilst you’re away from home or having treatment or in hospital.

You may need an appointee – someone to handle your benefit affairs whilst you are in hospital. We can advise you how to do this.


What the 2016 EE price changes mean for you #game #retailers


#retail price index

#

What the 2016 EE price changes mean for you

Overview

Every year in March, your monthly price plan cost will increase by the rate of RPI (Retail Price Index). RPI is a measure linked to inflation and measures the increase in prices for consumers on average across the country, over the last 12 months.

From 30th March 2016, you will see a 1.3% increase to your monthly price plan on any bills you receive if you joined or upgraded to a Pay Monthly, SIM Only, 4GEE Wifi / mobile broadband or Business contract between 26 th March 2014 and 10 th February 2016. This increase is in line with the RPI published by the Office for National Statistics on the 16 th February 2016 and as per clause 7.4 of your terms (or clause 7.1.4 if you joined/upgraded before 11 November 2015).

To view your terms, click here or if you re a business customer click here .

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are you increasing your prices?

This increase is in line with your terms which state that your monthly price plan cost will increase every year, in March, by the rate of RPI. These terms are compliant with Ofcom regulations regarding in-contract price increases. For more information, please refer to clause 7.4 of your terms (or clause 7.1.4 if you upgraded with us before 11 November 2015). Click here to view, or if you are a business customer, click here .

The rate of RPI published on 16 th February 2016 is 1.3%. As a result, an increase of 1.3% will be reflected in your plan from 30 th March 2016.

What is RPI?

Retail Price Index (RPI) is a measure linked to inflation and measures the increase in prices for consumers on average across the country, over the last 12 months.

How have you calculated the rate of increase on my plan?

We have used the Retail Price Index (RPI) published on 16 th February 2016 which is 1.3%.

The increase is calculated by adding 1.3% to the price of your monthly plan. Use the calculator above to calculate your new plan cost.

What about my discount?

If you have a discount then this will not change. The price increase is applied to your existing price plan cost and then any discount is applied afterwards. You can log into My Account to see more information about your price plan.

How will the increase appear on my bill?

The increase will appear on your bill in one of two ways:

1- As an increase in your monthly price plan.
2- As an additional cost, displayed as Subscription Charge

Can I cancel my contract?

If you wish to cancel your contract, you ll need to pay any cancellation charges that may apply. As stated in your terms you may cancel your contract without penalty if we increase your monthly plan charge by more than the current rate of RPI. This increase is in line with RPI and therefore cancellation charges may apply.

How do I know if my price is increasing?

All customers who are impacted by the price increase will be contacted. You will receive a minimum of 30 days written notice (letter or SMS) notifying you before the increase takes place.

Why are some customers affected and not others?

Contracts entered since 26 th March 2014 are subject to terms stating that the monthly price plan will be increased once a year, in March, by the most recently published RPI. Customers who joined or upgraded on or after the 10 th February 2016 will not be impacted this year, but will get their first increase in March 2017.

What happens if I recently upgraded?

If you have upgraded since 10 th February 2016 then this price increase does not apply this year.

You will not receive a price plan increase until March 2017.

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Wine Retailer Association Announces Name Changes and Expanded Area of Focus #store #jobs


#wine retailers

#

For Immediate Release April 24, 2013

Wine Retailer Association Announces Name Changes and Expanded Area of Focus

—National Association of Wine Retailers Expanding
Focus to Include New Areas of Concern to America’s Wine Retailers—

(Sacramento, CALIF)—The Specialty Wine Retailers Association (SWRA) announced today it is changing the organization’s name to the National Association of Wine Retailers (NAWR) to reflect an expansion of the trade association’s areas of interest and focus. While still advocating for the rights of retailers to ship wine directly to consumers, NAWR has expanded its advocacy interest to issue of Third Party Marketing, Primary Source laws, and Tied House regulations as well as an expanded interest in promoting proper Commerce Clause understanding as it relates to alcohol and the 21st Amendment.

Although SWRA was founded with the specific intent of asserting wine retailers’ rights to practice wine retailing free from state based discrimination, a host of new issues impacting how wine retailers conduct business in the 21st century have convinced the Board of Directors to expand its area of focus,” said Tom Wark, the NAWR Executive Director. “NAWR remains intent on forcing the issue of free, fair and non-discriminatory direct shipping via the courthouse and the state house, but is also expanding to assert retailers interest in a host of other areas.

The new NAWR has also launched a new website in association with the name change: http://www.nawr.org. The NAWR positions on a number of issues of concern to NAWR members and modern retailers are presented at the new website.

“Wine retailing in the United States has rapidly changed and evolved over the past decade to the point where changing consumer expectations, enhanced logistics technology and new retail marketing channels are forcing wine retailers to change how they do business,” noted Wark. “The new NAWR represents wine retailers who require a voice in the regulatory and political arena able to articulate their unique interests.”

Past Press Releases