Nashua warehouse could lose most of its business unless Liquor Commission decision is overturned
Owner Brian Law gives a tour of the Law liquor warehouse in Nashua on Thursday. Law says a Liquor Commission decision will cost his business 90 percent of its revenue.Full Story
#1 Jan 28, 2013
Guess brian law is a lot like obozo they never studied economics or marketing.
Had Law studied economics he would have learned not to have just one major account cause when the one account goes south your revenue stream goes south with it.
you should have diversified your storage account base Brian.
ya can't put all your eggs in one basket.
obozo doesn't understand that all of this printing & borrowing of money is going to bring us staggering inflation and a debt load that will cripple our economy for years if we survive as a nation.
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