KEEP KANSANS IN BUSINESS Local businesses are the lifeblood of our communities
All Kansas Retail Liquor Stores are locally owned. They are essential parts of the small-business community. Being locally operated, these businesses ensure alcohol sales remain responsible and safe.
Locally-owned liquor stores are accountable, boost local economies, employ and use local vendors, strengthen communities, and ensure alcohol access to minors is limited.
Those who want to change Kansas' liquor laws are primarily out-of-state big-box entities focused on profit, not the Kansas economy or safety of its citizens and communities.
Keep Kansans in Business opposes efforts to allow the sale of hard liquor, strong beer and wine in grocery and convenience stores, and other outlets such as drug stores and dollar stores.
This change would create economic harm to the kansas economy, especially in rural areas.
Others who oppose this change include: wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers, producers, wineries, retail stores, clergy, church and social organizations, police associations, and others.
There are many issues involved and positive economic reasons the current system is best. Please read information provided here which you can find within links on the right.
Alcohol Should Not Be Sold Like Candy.
This photo was taken in a state that has an all-access system being proposed to the Kansas Legislature.