Or. Admin. R. 845-015-0210 - Pilot Programs

(1) The Commission may establish pilot programs of up to three years duration in order to test new marketing concepts or retail sales models or to respond to fluctuations in customer demand for distilled spirits products. As part of a pilot program the Commission may establish pilot liquor stores and may appoint retail sales agents to operate the pilot liquor stores.
(2) All statutes and administrative rules governing retail liquor agents will apply to such pilot programs, with the following exceptions:
(a) OAR 845-015-0110 Establishment of a Retail Liquor Store;
(b) OAR 845-015-0120 Retail Sales Agent Selection Procedure;
(c) OAR 845-015-0135 Public Opinion on Retail Liquor Store Location;
(d) OAR 845-015-0140 Hours and Days of Operation;
(e) OAR 845-015-0190 Resignation Buy-Out Program for Retail Liquor Agents;
(f) OAR 845-015-0193(1) & (2) Terminating an Agency Agreement.
(3) The Retail Operations Manual, including any Pilot Program Appendix, and other relevant Commission policies will apply to the pilot program, unless otherwise provided in the Pilot Program Agreement.
(4) Measuring Success of a Pilot Program. Factors the Commission will consider in measuring the success of a pilot program include but are not limited to:
(a) Economic viability of the pilot program's retail sales model, for both retail sales agents and the Commission;
(b) Public safety impacts;
(c) Public response to the pilot program, including customer satisfaction and convenience.


Or. Admin. R. 845-015-0210
OLCC 15-2011, f. 12-6-11, cert. ef. 1-1-12

Stat. Auth.: ORS 471, 471.030, 471.730(1) & (5)

Stats. Implemented: ORS 471.750(1)

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