When will the First Liquor store open?

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Jun 23, 2011
 

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Anyone in the know pass along when you hear of the first store opening ... Would like to drive up and be one of the first customers...

And Thanks to the people of Manchester as this might put a fire under Knox County / Barbourville to actually move into the 21st century...
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Jun 24, 2011
 
Quantummist wrote:
Anyone in the know pass along when you hear of the first store opening ... Would like to drive up and be one of the first customers...
And Thanks to the people of Manchester as this might put a fire under Knox County / Barbourville to actually move into the 21st century...
beer 2-3 months ,whiskey 4-6 months
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Jun 24, 2011
 

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well i herd that James Phillips .Clint Harris,Jennings white bought on the 22nd the old appco building and they are going to make a liqueur barn out of it..just what i herd from a top notch people....
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Jun 24, 2011
 
Can Jennings get a license? I thought he was arrested and didn't think that if you had any kind of record you could get a liquor license.....hmmmm....maybe I'm wrong about that....
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Jun 24, 2011
 
maybe wrote:
Can Jennings get a license? I thought he was arrested and didn't think that if you had any kind of record you could get a liquor license.....hmmmm....maybe I'm wrong about that....
Well, no. For Jennings to be the licensee he would have to wait 5 years following his probation or parole for the felony conviction.

I suppose he could be a silent partner in the partnership, James would probably be the licensee.

Big Daddy Liquors of Manchester. And coming soon ... Big Daddy Liquors of London.
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Jun 24, 2011
 

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JT has got the old appco an he be open in 60 days
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Jun 25, 2011
 
no jt smith did not get old appo building dont think no one has bought that yet,that is in bankrup right now,
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Jun 25, 2011
 
Oh, I thought they were talking about JT White.

Well for some reason, I just couldn't see that working out.

Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
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Jun 25, 2011
 
lies, lies, lies
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Jun 25, 2011
 
Tear down a wall or two, maybe even enlarge the building somewhat, and it probably wouldn't be that bad of a liquor store location. It's along a main road and not located really that far from the Parkway or 80 either. So all and all it would probably work out okay if that's a location for it.
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Jun 25, 2011
 
I heard the same thing! Jennings White is suppling the money and Phillips the license. Same old crew back running the town, just what we deserve I guess! Ill be driving to London to buy my beer, Ill drive to Floriday before I buy it off these crooks.
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Aug 10, 2011
 
What's the update ppl. When will I see a liquor store in machester?
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Aug 10, 2011
 
heller wrote:
What's the update ppl. When will I see a liquor store in machester?
Thank you, come again!

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Aug 10, 2011
 

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Brenda Buttery bought or is buying rather, the old Appco building. Not James or Jennings.
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Aug 11, 2011
 
True, Brenda Buttery is buying the Appco building for a liquor store. I doubt she will get much business even though she is on the main road. I would just as soon to drive to Richmond or London when it starts package sales than to do business with the Buttery's. It's a free country and I have the right to spend my money as I wish just as everyone else does. I thought Brenda lived in Florida or Tennessee. Don't seem like that money will be helping Manchester much.
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Aug 11, 2011
 
We should be seeing sales by Aug. 20th is what I have been told. The best place would be where the old Hardees used to be. Right off the parkway, easy to get to. I wonder who owns that land?
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Aug 11, 2011
 
sumpeople wrote:
We should be seeing sales by Aug. 20th is what I have been told. The best place would be where the old Hardees used to be. Right off the parkway, easy to get to. I wonder who owns that land?
the national bank the lot to small for a big building.
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By the way I have it figured the first beer sales in Manchester should be within the next two weeks. In Floyd Co. I believe the first beer trucks arrived on August 31, 1982 and we voted wet on June 29, 1982. I know I bought a case of beer over Labor day weekend but they had been selling it for a few days before then. I am positive they were selling beer by Sept. 1, 1982.
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Aug 11, 2011
 
Junie wrote:
True, Brenda Buttery is buying the Appco building for a liquor store. I doubt she will get much business even though she is on the main road. I would just as soon to drive to Richmond or London when it starts package sales than to do business with the Buttery's. It's a free country and I have the right to spend my money as I wish just as everyone else does. I thought Brenda lived in Florida or Tennessee. Don't seem like that money will be helping Manchester much.
She will still pay her license fee to Manchester. The people who buy will still contribute to the Manchester economy. Actually it wouldn't make any difference where she lives if she should get a license.
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Aug 11, 2011
 
Floyd County man wrote:
By the way I have it figured the first beer sales in Manchester should be within the next two weeks. In Floyd Co. I believe the first beer trucks arrived on August 31, 1982 and we voted wet on June 29, 1982. I know I bought a case of beer over Labor day weekend but they had been selling it for a few days before then. I am positive they were selling beer by Sept. 1, 1982.
sorry but has said it will not happen during clay co days event .it will be sept 6.

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