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Keeping The Spirit Alive

January 17, 2013

In 1898, N. Goldring Corporation was founded as the first licensed beer distributor in Florida. After the prohibition N. Goldring reopened as a wholesale liquor distributor. This was the origin of what today is Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC).  This firm was created following the merger of Republic Beverage Company and National Distributing Company in May 2007.

Both companies were privately owned liquor wholesalers successful in their own businesses. The firms had complementary characteristics that made them ideal for a large scale merger.  Now RNDC is the second largest beverage alcohol distributor of premium wine and spirits in the U.S. The company has wholly owned operations in Alabama, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Aside for wholly owned operations RNDC has venture partnerships in Arizona, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Oklahoma, and South Carolina. This size of operation involves a good number of employees; the company has 7,000 of them all over the country.

RNDC is a privately held company. The products it distributes within its specific market is wide in range coming for a variety of beverage alcohol suppliers which can be local and regional producers to national and multinational companies. RNDC has 42 U.S. office locations in 19 states and the District of Columbia.

With an origin over a hundred years old one can say that the company has kept the spirit alive.

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