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Topic - Kevin Atticks
Mr. Atticks said the law will allow in-state wineries to expand their businesses and launch their own wine-of-the-month clubs.
"After 75 years [without direct shipping], it takes awhile for word to spread," said Kevin Atticks, executive director of the Maryland Wineries Association, which represents the state's 50 wineries.