Audit finds problems managing alcohol warehouse contract
An audit has found North Carolina's state-run wholesale and retail liquor distribution agency poorly managed its outside warehouse contract, leading to $11 million in additional costs covering over a decade. State Auditor Beth Wood's office released Thursday a performance review of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission's contract with the company paid to run ABC warehousing, Columbia, Maryland-based LB&B Associates Inc. The liquor comes from licensed distillers and is held before getting shipped to local ABC stores.
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