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Hours of Operation

Our hours of operation are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday - Friday excluding holidays. Retail permit applications are accepted 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday - Friday.

Permit Revocations

The following permits are revoked:

  • BP Amoco Marion, Marion, Retail Permit # 10006-01
  • Shell Superstop #412, Blytheville, Retail Permit # 7584-02
  • Bonka-Chong Enterprise, LLC, Hampton, Retail Permit # 3843-06

Permit Suspensions

The following permit holders cannot buy or sell tobacco products, vapor products, e-liquids or alternative nicotine products during their permit suspensions:


08303-03, London Food Mart LLC, London, March 20, 2017
04429-06, Quick Food and Gas Service, Brinkley, March 20, 2017
01498-03, Quick Food and Gas Service, Brinkley, March 20, 2017
04046-01, Maumelle Exxon, Maumelle, March 20, 2017
02122-02, Avilla Family Market, Alexander, March 20, 2017
02614-04, Bald Knob Gas N Go LLC, Bald Knob, March 20, 2017
06522-03, Liberty Deli & Market, Trumann, March 20, 2017
01648-03, Helena Food Mart, Helena, March 20, 2017
10963-01, Fred's Store #1903, Hot Springs, March 20 - March 21, 2017
00729-02, Miraj Flash Market, Greenbrier, March 20 - March 21, 2017
12059-01, Family Dollar Store #539, Texarkana, March 20- March 22, 2017
03803-06, Dardanelle Food & Gas Mart, Dardenelle, March 20 - March 22, 2017
10197-01, Waite Inc. DBA Dickson Street Liquor, Fayetteville, March 20 - March 23, 2017
11985-03, Basha Hookah Lounge LLC, Fayetteville, March 20 - March 25, 2017


Contraband Tobacco Enforcement - an Arkansas Tobacco Control priority

Illegal tobacco purchases by individuals and businesses deprive the State of Arkansas of funding for state social, education and health care programs. If you are thinking of buying cigarettes or other tobacco products from other states because they are cheaper, you might want to consider the risk you are taking.

Individuals caught buying, selling or transporting contraband tobacco could face criminal charges. Act 939 of the Regular Session of the 87th General Assembly of Arkansas establishes a forfeiture procedure for contraband tobacco. Any property, including money, used to buy, sell, or transport contraband tobacco may be seized and forfeited to the state. Consider these costs before buying, selling or transporting illegal tobacco.

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Arkansas Tobacco Control
101 East Capitol Ave., Suite 401
Little Rock, AR 72201-3826

O: 501-682-9756 | F: 501-682-9760

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