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Earlier this week, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Pitman issued a ruling that struck down Texas’s ban on publicly traded companies selling spirits. Continue reading →Posted in News on March 23, 2018
In a ruling that could potentially shake up the Texas retail spirits market, U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman has issued a decision striking down the state’s ban on publicly traded companies selling spirits. Continue reading →Posted in News on March 22, 2018
Warren Scheidt’s 12-unit Cork Liquors chain has grown to become one of southern Indiana’s largest beverage alcohol retail chains. Continue reading →
Earlier this summer, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed legislation allowing wine, spirits and full-strength beer sales to expand into grocery stores on a gradual basis, marking a compromise between independent liquor stores and supermarkets, which had originally pushed for more precipitous changes. Continue reading →Posted in News on August 17, 2016
140-unit retail chain ABC Fine Wine & Spirits ranks among the top drinks retail destinations in Florida, with annual sales of approximately $500 million. In recent years, however, an influx of new retail players in the state has brought markedly increased competition, leading ABC to sharpen its focus on the high end while also boosting selection, service and its private label offerings. SND recently caught up with ABC executive vice president Jess Bailes for an update on developments in Florida’s retail market for wine, spirits and beer. Continue reading →Posted in News on July 19, 2016
The four-store, 120-employee New Jersey retail chain Gary’s Wine & Marketplace continues to expand on an impressive curve that has seen it grow from revenues of about $30 million in 2007 to a projected $52 million this year. Most recently, the franchise opened a new store in Hillsborough in central Jersey last summer. In this exclusive interview, owner Gary Fisch, who was named Market Watch’s Retailer of the Year in 2014, weighs in on trends and competitive conditions in the Garden State.