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Metlife Stadium, Monmouth Racetrack, Meadowlands Racetrack, PNC Bank Arts Center, Prudential Center and Red Bulls Stadium, all operate under what is known as a State Annual Permit or a “Concessionaire Permit.” What is a Concessionaire Permit? It is a permit issued to an individual or business entity that allows them to sell, serve and deliver alcoholic beverages for immediate consumption on the premises. These differ from general consumption licenses by that fact that the land/building is owned or under the control of the State, county, or municipality. This State permit is issued to a private vendor who has a contract with the controlling unit of government to provide alcoholic beverage services to the public. This State permit allows the service of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the licensed premises and is normally issued to facilities such as municipally-owned golf courses, marinas, and sports arenas.
Application for this permit is made directly to the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. In the event that a municipality or an individual objects to the approval of such a request, written objections may be submitted to the Director and a formal hearing may be required.
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If you are seeking to “bid” for a concessionaire permit or you would like to operate a business on government-owned property, contact the ABC Permit Attorneys at Proetta, Oliver & Fay. We represent a vast array of clients in all licensing matters as well as disciplinary issues. Call (732) 858-5857 today and speak with an attorney about your case.