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rec.food.drink.beer FAQ [2/3] (revised 16-MAY-1997)
Section - 4-4. Does Coors support Nazi organizations?

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     The Adolph Coors Co., as a publicly held US corporation, does not.
     Nor is it likely they could do so and succeed in the US market. The
     Coors family supports the Coors Foundation which donates funds to
     many political, social, and educational organizations. Whether these
     organizations can be considered Nazi, right-wing, or even
     conservative is not an appropriate topic for this newsgroup since it
     doesn't affect the brewing, distribution, or marketing of Coors beer.
     This policy is stated in the r.f.d.b. Charter. These discussions can
     take place in soc.politics or talk.politics.misc.

John
<URL:http://www.beerinfo.com/>

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