cousins to get liquor store

cousins to get liquor store

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outsider

London, KY

#1 Jul 16, 2011
Fount out that James Phillips going open package store in old light house building and Jennys white just bought property at end of bridge in east manchester. Little joes market building. Plans to open one too. Looks like the whites are back in power. When mayor white running again. Get rid of one crook and more pop up from same family.
claycochris

West Chicago, IL

#2 Jul 16, 2011
I know for a fact that liquor stores inc, the parent company of liquor barn stores in lexington and louisville and also own all the liquor barn express stores have applied for a liquor license. They get one, everyone who is thinking about openning a store needs a new idea because they control the liquor market, this is a huge candian company with annual sales of 200 million. How do I know? I am a shareholder along with thousands of others who just received a quarterly update in mail with plans to open stores in richmond, danville and manchester.To say they control the market is an understatement, even Kroger is 20% higher.
outsider wrote:
Fount out that James Phillips going open package store in old light house building and Jennys white just bought property at end of bridge in east manchester. Little joes market building. Plans to open one too. Looks like the whites are back in power. When mayor white running again. Get rid of one crook and more pop up from same family.
good citizen

London, KY

#3 Jul 16, 2011
claycochris wrote:
I know for a fact that liquor stores inc, the parent company of liquor barn stores in lexington and louisville and also own all the liquor barn express stores have applied for a liquor license. They get one, everyone who is thinking about openning a store needs a new idea because they control the liquor market, this is a huge candian company with annual sales of 200 million. How do I know? I am a shareholder along with thousands of others who just received a quarterly update in mail with plans to open stores in richmond, danville and manchester.To say they control the market is an understatement, even Kroger is 20% higher.
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this is clay county. you don't read papers about all the corruption in the county. liquor just new adventure. better sell your stock. not good in clay
Bud Weiser

Dyer, TN

#4 Jul 16, 2011
claycochris wrote:
I know for a fact that liquor stores inc, the parent company of liquor barn stores in lexington and louisville and also own all the liquor barn express stores have applied for a liquor license. They get one, everyone who is thinking about openning a store needs a new idea because they control the liquor market, this is a huge candian company with annual sales of 200 million. How do I know? I am a shareholder along with thousands of others who just received a quarterly update in mail with plans to open stores in richmond, danville and manchester.To say they control the market is an understatement, even Kroger is 20% higher.
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Liquor Barn has applied for a local license for Danville to operate in the old K-Mart building. They have not yet applied to the Kentucky ABC. Liquor Stores NA 2011 quarterly update only mentioned opening one new store in the state, in a formerly dry territory, referring to Danville.

The company generated total revenue of about $580 million (Canadian) over the last four quarters. The company produced gross profits of $145 million during this time leaving an operating income of just over $32 million.

The company doesn’t control the US market. They own/operate 20 stores in Alaska and 9 in Kentucky, mainly through acquisitions.
claycochris

Chicago, IL

#5 Jul 16, 2011
Dont know where you did your research but they own 203 stores in alaska, canada, illinois, indiana and kentucky. They just bought three Taylor liquors in richmond as well. You honestly think anyone can compete with that buying power? Hadden House, Collins Brothers and other suppliers will not over saturate a market because LB has them in their back pocket.
Bud Weiser wrote:
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Liquor Barn has applied for a local license for Danville to operate in the old K-Mart building. They have not yet applied to the Kentucky ABC. Liquor Stores NA 2011 quarterly update only mentioned opening one new store in the state, in a formerly dry territory, referring to Danville.
The company generated total revenue of about $580 million (Canadian) over the last four quarters. The company produced gross profits of $145 million during this time leaving an operating income of just over $32 million.
The company doesn’t control the US market. They own/operate 20 stores in Alaska and 9 in Kentucky, mainly through acquisitions.
Bud Weiser

Dyer, TN

#6 Jul 16, 2011
claycochris wrote:
Dont know where you did your research but they own 203 stores in alaska, canada, illinois, indiana and kentucky. They just bought three Taylor liquors in richmond as well. You honestly think anyone can compete with that buying power? Hadden House, Collins Brothers and other suppliers will not over saturate a market because LB has them in their back pocket.
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Liquor Stores NA owns 236 stores in the US and Canada. Since you claim to be a “shareholder” in the company and have received their latest quarterly financial statement I would suggest you actually read it before posting here. This report clearly states the numbers of stores built and acquired since the beginning of the company along with all states and provinces where they operate.

Neither, Liquor Stores NA, Liquor Barn nor Liquor Depot has applied to the Kentucky ABC for a state alcohol license. You can check this for yourself from their online license information lookup located at the KY ABC website.

Please direct me to any company publication which details plans for operating a Manchester location.
Omg

Corbin, KY

#7 Jul 16, 2011
No one has applied for a liquor license in Manchester. You are not able to yet!! Did no one read the paper where it said 60 days from the end of the election?
Confused

Somerset, KY

#8 Jul 16, 2011
Omg wrote:
No one has applied for a liquor license in Manchester. You are not able to yet!! Did no one read the paper where it said 60 days from the end of the election?
your right to a degree. If your walmart, riteaid, etc. You have a State Liquor License and as soon as the 60 days is up you can sell from what I understand.
Floyd County man

Richmond, KY

#9 Jul 16, 2011
Omg wrote:
No one has applied for a liquor license in Manchester. You are not able to yet!! Did no one read the paper where it said 60 days from the end of the election?
Yes you can apply for a liquor license or beer license before the sixty days are up because the Floyd Co. Times was full of applicants for beer and liquor license applications. However no one was issued a beer license until the sixty days were up.

Most people can get beer licenses but that usually works itself out by the law of supply and demand. Only a few people who did get beer licenses were able to make a successful go of it. Most beer is sold in our county now in gas stations, some of the larger grocery stores and of course Walmart, Rite Aid and the people who did a liquor license. You seldom hear of just a beer store.

Since there will be only two liquor licenses in Manchester they will probably go to people who are well off or with political connections but they won't be issued until about two months after the city of Manchester begins selling beer.

It was a lot of fun when the beer trucks started rolling in our county about September 1, 1982. When people saw a place selling beer all kinds of cars stopped just to say they bought the first legal beer in Floyd County in 35 years. We voted wet on June 29, 1982 and they were definitely selling beer by September 1 and maybe as early as August 30. They will be selling beer in Manchester by at least August 25 or 26 and I am sure at the latest by September 1, 2011.

In Floyd Co. the biggest disappointment came with the issuance of the 21 liquor licenses. Many people who got them were not even active in our wet-dry election and many had political connections and were well off financially. Since 1982 liquor licenses have changed hands many times and some people who had liquor licenses sold their licenses to Rite Aid. We still have several independent liquor stores scattered over Floyd County but I know Rite Aid owns three of the liquor licenses in our county. Rite Aid has two stores in Prestonsburg with a liquor department and one in Martin.
Well

Corbin, KY

#10 Jul 17, 2011
You can have the intent to apply. The people that have posted notices in the paper just wasted their money. No one has been issued or promised a liscence. Even if you carry a State license that does not mean you automatically can sell anywhere you wish. You MUST have a city license and it must be approved.
Bud Weiser

Dyer, TN

#11 Jul 17, 2011
Omg wrote:
No one has applied for a liquor license in Manchester. You are not able to yet!! Did no one read the paper where it said 60 days from the end of the election?
Well, one issue is having a local application process in place. That might take some time.

There are actually two license involved, a local permit and then also the state license. The state won’t consider issuance of a state license until a local license has been issued for an applicant.
Bud Weiser

Dyer, TN

#12 Jul 17, 2011
Confused wrote:
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your right to a degree. If your walmart, riteaid, etc. You have a State Liquor License and as soon as the 60 days is up you can sell from what I understand.
There is no such thing as a statewide liquor license for retail sales. Walmart and Rite-Aid are each issued a separate license per retail location and they go through the same application process and comment periods as anyone else.
Bud Weiser

Dyer, TN

#13 Jul 17, 2011
Floyd County man wrote:
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Yes you can apply for a liquor license or beer license before the sixty days are up because the Floyd Co. Times was full of applicants for beer and liquor license applications. However no one was issued a beer license until the sixty days were up.
Most people can get beer licenses but that usually works itself out by the law of supply and demand. Only a few people who did get beer licenses were able to make a successful go of it. Most beer is sold in our county now in gas stations, some of the larger grocery stores and of course Walmart, Rite Aid and the people who did a liquor license. You seldom hear of just a beer store.
Since there will be only two liquor licenses in Manchester they will probably go to people who are well off or with political connections but they won't be issued until about two months after the city of Manchester begins selling beer.
It was a lot of fun when the beer trucks started rolling in our county about September 1, 1982. When people saw a place selling beer all kinds of cars stopped just to say they bought the first legal beer in Floyd County in 35 years. We voted wet on June 29, 1982 and they were definitely selling beer by September 1 and maybe as early as August 30. They will be selling beer in Manchester by at least August 25 or 26 and I am sure at the latest by September 1, 2011.
In Floyd Co. the biggest disappointment came with the issuance of the 21 liquor licenses. Many people who got them were not even active in our wet-dry election and many had political connections and were well off financially. Since 1982 liquor licenses have changed hands many times and some people who had liquor licenses sold their licenses to Rite Aid. We still have several independent liquor stores scattered over Floyd County but I know Rite Aid owns three of the liquor licenses in our county. Rite Aid has two stores in Prestonsburg with a liquor department and one in Martin.
Go away you old fart!!
claycochris

United States

#14 Jul 17, 2011
So your one of those people who know everything? Which is it, first you said twenty something stores, now your saying over two hundred. You dont know your ass from a hole in the ground, your using the internet to educate you and as a basis for your posts. Im sitting here looking at a quarterly profit/loss statement for shareholders but of course your internet sources are more accurate arent they? quit pretending to know what your talking about.
Bud Weiser wrote:
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Go away you old fart!!
Bud Weiser

Dyer, TN

#15 Jul 17, 2011
claycochris wrote:
So your one of those people who know everything? Which is it, first you said twenty something stores, now your saying over two hundred. You dont know your ass from a hole in the ground, your using the internet to educate you and as a basis for your posts. Im sitting here looking at a quarterly profit/loss statement for shareholders but of course your internet sources are more accurate arent they? quit pretending to know what your talking about.
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Who exactly are you replying to?

You said 203 stores in Alaska, Canada, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. I said 236 stores in Canada, Alaska and Kentucky with 20 of the stores in Alaska and 9 in Kentucky. This is a publicly traded company and all financial reports are available to the public. I’m reading from the same quarterly report you claim to be looking at. Maybe if you started reading and not just looking you would agree.

You can read can’t you?
claycochris

United States

#16 Jul 17, 2011
You got a smartass mouth dont you. im talking to you, nobody else.
Bud Weiser wrote:
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Who exactly are you replying to?
You said 203 stores in Alaska, Canada, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. I said 236 stores in Canada, Alaska and Kentucky with 20 of the stores in Alaska and 9 in Kentucky. This is a publicly traded company and all financial reports are available to the public. I’m reading from the same quarterly report you claim to be looking at. Maybe if you started reading and not just looking you would agree.
You can read can’t you?
Bud Weiser

Dyer, TN

#17 Jul 17, 2011
claycochris wrote:
You got a smartass mouth dont you. im talking to you, nobody else.
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We like to fight in Clay County. It's in our nature.

But for me, I'm only tough on the internet.
claycochris

United States

#18 Jul 17, 2011
thanks for telling me but, its pretty obvious.
Bud Weiser wrote:
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We like to fight in Clay County. It's in our nature.
But for me, I'm only tough on the internet.
London Lawyer

Somerset, KY

#19 Jul 17, 2011
outsider wrote:
Fount out that James Phillips going open package store in old light house building and Jennys white just bought property at end of bridge in east manchester. Little joes market building. Plans to open one too. Looks like the whites are back in power. When mayor white running again. Get rid of one crook and more pop up from same family.
Wrong, convicted felons can NOT own operate alcohol outleats of any kind, check ATF page.
Dry

Oneida, KY

#20 Jul 17, 2011
Don't blame me I proudly vote NO

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