Franz Schnabl Owns Cash Cow AND Twist...

Franz Schnabl Owns Cash Cow AND Twisted Cork

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unknown

New Albany, MS

#1 Jan 21, 2013
So the liquor ordinance says you can only ONE liquor store... How is it that he can apply for a liquor license for TWO stores???
HAHA

Corinth, MS

#2 Jan 21, 2013
You jealous?
unknown

New Albany, MS

#3 Jan 21, 2013
No one is jealous... It's a matter of the difference between right and wrong! But corrupt people like him always seem to find a way around the law.
Correct Info!

Corinth, MS

#4 Jan 21, 2013
His store is The Twisted Cork.(Only)
By Kroger. Looks like a big store.
Not Cash Cow..... Now you know the rest of the story.
citizen

Tucker, GA

#5 Jan 21, 2013
unknown wrote:
So the liquor ordinance says you can only ONE liquor store... How is it that he can apply for a liquor license for TWO stores???
Is the Cash Cow going to be a liquor store too?

“Bored and Annoyed”

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#6 Jan 21, 2013
unknown wrote:
So the liquor ordinance says you can only ONE liquor store... How is it that he can apply for a liquor license for TWO stores???
And the general newspaper is written at a SIXTH grade level. How is it that even YOU can't read it???
unknown

New Albany, MS

#7 Jan 21, 2013
Yes, it was in the paper.

“Bored and Annoyed”

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#8 Jan 21, 2013
http://djournal.com/view/full_story/21396095/... ?

Here. Nine days ago. No"Cash Cow" operation present. Only these have filed for permit thus far.
unknown

New Albany, MS

#9 Jan 21, 2013
smarty_pants wrote:
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And the general newspaper is written at a SIXTH grade level. How is it that even YOU can't read it???
Your comment makes no sense. The liqour ordinance states that you can only own one liquor store, and he has applied for two locations that he owns. So I made a typo and left out "own" in my first comment. I guess you are the one way below the reading level of the newspaper if you couldn't read the liquor ordinance. Grow up. Did you understand that?
unknown

New Albany, MS

#10 Jan 21, 2013
smarty_pants wrote:
http://djournal.com/view/full_ story/21396095/article-Corinth -moving-toward-implementing-li quor-law?
Here. Nine days ago. No"Cash Cow" operation present. Only these have filed for permit thus far.
The Daily Corinthian, January 21, 2012

10 businesses seek liquor permits


by Jebb Johnston

17 hrs ago | 10 views | 0 | 0 ||


Package stores and restaurants continue to submit applications for liquor licenses to the state as Corinth prepares for the return of legal alcoholic beverage sales.

The list has grown to 10 businesses, including six package stores and four existing restaurants.

Those that have recently advertised the required legal notice of intent to apply for a license include:

• Cafe Mike’s, 301 North Harper Road — On-premise retailer permit

• Cash Cow Wine & Spirits, 1602 North Parkway — Package retailer permit. The application is being submitted by Cash Cow Advance, Inc.

• Pizza Grocery, 800-A Cruise Street — On-premise retailer, wine-only

• J.R.’s Wine & Spirits, Inc., 2015 Highway 72 East — Package retailer

Others previously published in the newspaper include:

• Corinth Wine & Spirits, LLC, 3113 Shiloh Road — Package retailer

• The Twisted Cork, LLC, 108 Highway 72 West — Package retailer

• Ruby Tuesday, Inc., 2110 Highway 72 West — On-premise retailer

• Wholesale Liquor, 414 South Cass Street — Package retailer

• Twisted Spirits, 1100-B Highway 72 West — Package retailer

• The Generals’ Quarters, 924 Fillmore Street — On-premise retailer

The city has said it appears Feb. 1 is the date on which legal sales can begin for those who have the appropriate permit in hand from the Mississippi Department of Revenue Alcoholic Beverage Control.

Anyone who wishes to object to a retailer location must contact the Department of Revenue in writing within 15 days of the notice’s first publication date in the legal section of the Daily Corinthian classified advertisements to request a hearing.

The city’s ordinance establishing legal sales was published on Saturday. It adopts the regulations of the state ABC, and the city is also petitioning for a couple of variations regarding hours — to close package stores an hour early at 9 p.m. and to allow by-the-drink sales on Sunday between 1 and 10 p.m.

The ordinance requires liability insurance coverage at a minimum of $1 million for both on-premises and off-premises retailers.

Read more: Daily Corinthian - 10 businesses seek liquor permits
Wine Girl

Corinth, MS

#11 Jan 21, 2013
Two One who cares. If he is opening a store you know it's gonna be awesome. He has my business!
Correct Info

Corinth, MS

#12 Jan 21, 2013
unknown wrote:
<quoted text>Your comment makes no sense. The liqour ordinance states that you can only own one liquor store, and he has applied for two locations that he owns. So I made a typo and left out "own" in my first comment. I guess you are the one way below the reading level of the newspaper if you couldn't read the liquor ordinance. Grow up. Did you understand that?
Will you please post the ordinance?
unknown

New Albany, MS

#13 Jan 21, 2013
You stand corrected, smarty_pants. You're welcome.

“Bored and Annoyed”

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#14 Jan 21, 2013
unknown wrote:
<quoted text>Your comment makes no sense. The liqour ordinance states that you can only own one liquor store, and he has applied for two locations that he owns. So I made a typo and left out "own" in my first comment. I guess you are the one way below the reading level of the newspaper if you couldn't read the liquor ordinance. Grow up. Did you understand that?
My comment makes perfect sense. Allow me to elaborate. Do you see a location listed descriptively as one that would match a "Cash Cow" location?

That's because there isn't one.

Not to mention, he owns no such building to begin with.

“Bored and Annoyed”

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#15 Jan 21, 2013
unknown wrote:
You stand corrected, smarty_pants. You're welcome.
Does "growing up" consist of beginning Topix threads with incorrect information with ill-intent? Please....enlighten me more on the ways of the wiser.
emgo

New Albany, MS

#16 Jan 21, 2013
I thought the Roach's owned Cash Cow.

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#17 Jan 21, 2013
unknown wrote:
You stand corrected, smarty_pants. You're welcome.
Ah. I see. Cash Cow. Who is owned by a Mr Berry, I presume.

You stand corrected, Unknown. You're quite welcome, yourself.

“Bored and Annoyed”

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#18 Jan 21, 2013
Any further questions?

I'd be obliged to insist.

“Bored and Annoyed”

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#19 Jan 21, 2013
And congratulations to the Cash Cow owners, in all their endeavors, liquor or none alike.

“Bored and Annoyed”

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#20 Jan 21, 2013
Either Berry sold it to them, or they sold it to him. One or the other, it is not a "Franz Schnabl."

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