Alcohol Distributors sell alcoholic beverages to retail establishments. Accordingly, states give them separate and generally lower license fees than alcohol retailers who sell or serve directly to the public. Distributors also require federal licensing and may need local business licenses and wholesale permits.
Riverside is the most populated city within the area commonly referred to as "The Inland Empire" and is the county seat of Riverside County. The city is home to the University of California Riverside, a number of regional hospitals and the Goodrich Tire Company. Although Riverside was once a small town known for its location on Route 66, the city today has a diverse economy and a largely suburban feel.