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Topic - Tom Beam
For decades, Jack Daniel's whiskey has celebrated its small Tennessee hometown of Lynchburg with folksy, black-and-white advertisements urging folks to slow down and have a sip.
Tom Beam, a distillery spokesman, said Tuesday he hopes the company has shown that it pays its fair share of taxes already.
"Other counties could try to do the same thing, attacking businesses. It could be a job killer," he said.