PLBTA Board Elects Officers for 2019
(Harrisburg, Pa. – February 6, 2019) The Pennsylvania Licensed Beverage and Tavern Association (PLBTA) Board of Directors elected officers for 2019 during its February Board meeting.
New officers include
- Curtis Mason, President – Mason’s family owns establishments in Chester County. He was elected to a two-year term. In the past, he has served the organization as vice president.
- Thomas Tyler, Vice President – Tyler is owner of McStew’s Irish Pub in Levittown. He was elected to a two-year term.
- Michelle Ritter, Secretary – Ritter is owner of Willow Street Pub in Coplay. She was elected to a one-year term.
In addition, the Board appointed Jonathan Grimes to the position of treasurer. Grimes is owner of Jonathan’s Restaurant in Wilkes Barre.
All newly elected officers started their positions immediately.
Other Board members include Jim DeLisio of the Racehorse Tavern in York, Randy Hull of Hull’s Landing in Muncy, and Jerry McArdle of Jack’s Tavern in Media.
The Pennsylvania Licensed Beverage and Tavern Association represents retail liquor licensees in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Association formed after Prohibition in 1941 to ensure the legality, protection, and prosperity of the state’s liquor and beer retail licensed businesses.
From corner bars, delis and neighborhood taverns to five-star restaurants and resorts, PLBTA’s industry supports more than 100,000 Commonwealth jobs, and remains an established, important part of our communities. To learn more about the PLBTA, visit www.pataverns.com. Or follow the organization on Twitter via @TavernPA.
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