What is Glazer’s?
Glazer’s is one of the largest beverage distributors in the U.S. We represent a wide variety of wine, spirits, malt beverage and non-alcoholic suppliers in our 14 U.S. states, and employ over 6,000 people. We are the leading distributor by market share in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, and Arizona.When was Glazer’s founded?
Glazer’s as a company started in 1909. In 1933, when Prohibition was repealed in the U.S., we became a beverage alcohol distribution company.Who owns Glazer’s?
Glazer’s is owned by the Dallas-based Glazer family, and is on its 3rd generation of family ownership and management.Who are Glazer’s leaders?
Glazer’s is led by family members Bennett Glazer, Company Chairman, and Mike Glazer, Executive Vice President. Glazer’s President and CEO is Sheldon Stein. He is supported by Chief Operating Officer Rob Swartz, Chief Financial Officer Thomas Greenlee and Executive Vice Presidents Phil Meacham, Shawn Thurman, Alan Greenspan, and Pete Carr.Where is Glazer’s located?
Glazer’s does business in 14 U.S. States: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. Its corporate headquarters is located in Dallas, TX.What is the Three-Tier System, and what is Glazer’s role within it?
Glazer’s is a distributor, which means that we purchase products from the supplier tier, and then sell them to the retail tier. The Three-Tier System is a federally mandated mechanism for the delivery of beverage alcohol in the U.S., and each state has its own rules and regulations to which distributors like Glazer’s must adhere.Who are Glazer’s suppliers?
Glazer’s is a diversified beverage distributor, and today we do business with virtually every beverage alcohol supplier in the U.S. in at least one of our 14 states.To whom does Glazer’s sell?
Depending on the state, we sell to customers who hold a retail license. This can include grocery stores, convenience stores, package stores, membership clubs, military installations, restaurants, bars, and hotels.What makes Glazer’s different from other beverage distributors?
Glazer’s is an industry leader for brand building and customer service. We invest in infrastructure, people, and technology to drive a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Our people are the best trained beverage professionals in our markets, and, through our Glazer’s Beverage University, we train our customers to be able to impart brand and beverage knowledge to consumers. Glazer’s technology is leading edge in the industry, and enables our people, our customers, and our vendors to build our collective businesses.Describe Glazer’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives
In its 10th year, Glazer’s Community Partnerships has been at the forefront of the industry for educating the public on the dangers of underage drinking and drunk driving. We have established the Alcohol Safety Network and the Texas Safety Network, which are on-line portals for our stakeholders to get information and ideas on how to advance responsible drinking in our communities.
Every Glazer’s state and branch is an active and responsible member of the community. The list of non-profit organizations and social causes that we support is infinite, and Glazer’s takes pride in its corporate social responsibility initiatives.Tell me about available jobs at Glazer’s
Prospective employees can find out about open jobs at Glazer’s by going into the Careers section of our website. Available jobs by branch location are featured. For sales roles, if one meets the basic requirements for a job at Glazer’s, you will be asked to complete an assessment by our partner peopleanswers.com, which enables us to match our jobs to the right candidates. From there, you will be notified by Glazer’s as to what the next steps are for starting your career at Glazer’s.Describe Glazer’s benefits
Glazer’s cares deeply about its people. We provide industry-leading benefits for our employees, including 401K, Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits, Flexible Spending Accounts, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Paid Vacations.I have questions about Glazer’s. Who should I contact?
Please send an e-mail to email@example.com
, and we will ensure that you get a timely response to your question.Who do I contact about Glazer’s distributing my new product?
Please contact the new products committee here
for all new product inquiries. Please note that any samples mailed to Glazer’s must be addressed to the Dallas Branch. The Corporate Office is able to accept beverage alcohol only through our licensed location.Can I purchase products on Glazers.com?
No. If you are a licensee in any of our states, you can purchase the products that we carry within that particular market by calling the appropriate local branch shown in our Locations section.Can I purchase stock in Glazer’s? How do I get a copy of your annual report?
We are a privately held corporation and do not offer stock to the public, or release our financial information.How can I register for Glazers.com?
If you are one of Glazer’s valued suppliers, please go to the vendor section of our website. If you are a Glazer’s employee, please go to the employee section of the website. For all other inquiries, please contact our webmaster.How do I reach you about a television show, magazine or newspaper story that I am working on?
If you are a member of the media working on a story, please contact our Public Relations firm, Levenson & Brinker, at (214) 932-6003.I’m having trouble reading your site. Graphics don’t seem to work like they should. The type doesn’t display in a completely readable form. What’s wrong?
We have done our best to make this site work with most standard browsers. But some browser programs have significant differences. There are even big variations in versions of popular programs. This site is optimized for Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher. You can view most of our site with earlier versions of this and other browsers, but we recommend upgrading your browser. All upgrades are available free of charge from Microsoft. Just follow the directions you find on their sites.I get an error message that says, "Cannot find the required plug-in" or "Plug-in Error: The plug-in requested did not download successfully." What does this mean?
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