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§ 18B‑1009.  In‑standsales.

Nothing in this Chapter shallbe construed to prohibit a retail permittee from selling for consumption, maltbeverages in the seating areas of stadiums, ballparks, and other similar publicplaces with a seating capacity of 60,000 or more during professional sportingevents, in municipalities with a population greater than 450,000, according tothe most recent estimate of population made by the Office of State Budget andManagement, provided that:

(1)        The seating areasare designated as part of the retail permittee's licensed premises;

(2)        The retail permitteehas notified the Commission, in writing, of its intent to sell malt beveragesin the seating areas at sporting events;

(3)        Service of food andnonalcoholic beverages is available in the seating areas;

(4)        The retail permitteehas certified to the Commission that it has trained its employees:

a.         To identify underagepersons and intoxicated persons; and

b.         To refuse to sellmalt beverages to those persons as required by G.S. 18B‑305; and

(5)        The employees do notverbally shout or hawk the sale of malt beverages. (1997‑167, s. 1; 2000‑140,s. 93.1(a); 2001‑424, s. 12.2(b).)