President, Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce
Brad Klopfenstein has been an influential leader in Indiana’s public policy and political community for the past 20 years. His areas of expertise include the alcohol industry, hospitality, gambling, election law, energy, health care, immigration, media relations, small business affairs, and crisis management.
ILBA members have saved over $90,000 since 2006 taking advantage of BMI discounts. ILBA members are eligible for a 20% discount on annual BMI music license fees. The ILBA discount, combined with a timely and online payment discount, will save members 20%.
A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION REPRESENTING BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS LICENSED TO SELL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
The Indiana Licensed Beverage Association is a non-profit trade association of bars, restaurants and other on-premise venues. Founded in 1933 after the repeal of prohibition, the ILBA represents the interests of on-premise retailers and their patrons at the Statehouse.
The ILBA has a long record of success of protecting, and expanding, our members business opportunities. We led the charge for type II gaming in bars and we've stopped statewide food and beverage tax increases.
The ILBA is currently working to expand gaming options in bars with a proposal to legalize video gaming terminals. The ILBA is a member of the VGT Coalition in Indiana. The video below was made by one of our partners and highlights the positive impact these types of video gaming terminals could potentially have on bars and taverns in Indiana.