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Alcohol Group’s Work Is Done

Posted: December 22, 2012 at 2:45 a.m.

The group that led the successful push for retail alcohol sales in Benton County filed its dissolution papers with the Arkansas Ethics Commission earlier this month after spending more than $700,000 on the effort.

At A Glance

Keep Dollars in Benton County

Expenses from February through November

• National Ballot Access, Georgia: $472,270 for signature gathering

• Wright Strategies, Little Rock: $61,487 for consulting

• Vanadis 3 Companies, North Little Rock: $37,022 for consulting

• Ghidotti Communications, Little Rock: $33,741 for consulting

• Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates and Woodyard, Rogers: $32,802 for legal advice

• Jay Allen Communications, Fayetteville: $9,000 for consulting

Source: Arkansas Ethics Commission

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