ASHLAND The sale of Shamrock Liquors is full, as evidenced by a brand new signal that was put in final week.
Good Spirits Wine and Tobacco — which additionally owns Carter Avenue Beverage Middle and has plans to open one other retailer in Boyd County — bought the shop, stated Invoice Steele, supervisor of the previous Shamrock Liquors.
Steele, who has been there for nearly 18 years, stated the homeowners wished to retire.
The shop opened with three homeowners: Wilburn Caskey, Chauncy Morris and Invoice Wester. Via inheritance, the present homeowners, Debbie Caskey (widow of Pike Caskey, who was the son of Wilburn) and Paul Wester (widow of Invoice Wester) determined it was time to get out of enterprise and retire.
Rocky Patel, of Good Spirits Wine and Tobacco, stated it was a straightforward selection to purchase Shamrock Liquors.
“It was a enterprise on the market and I wished to purchase it,” he stated.
Many know Shamrock Liquors as the shop the “Duct Tape Bandit” tried to rob in 2007.
Steele stated the shop, which employs 5, is anticipated to bear renovations in January, the primary because it opened in 1982.
Patel stated the renovations might be intensive and can permit the shop to be reorganized, calling it “a complete redesign.” He’s additionally planning on changing the shelving, doorways and home windows and increasing the picks of liquors. He stated they may add cigarettes and tobacco merchandise to their choices, however has no plans so as to add CBD gadgets.
The renovations will start in January, Patel stated, and may take two or three weeks to finish.
The shop is at 1117 thirteenth St. For extra info, name (606) 329-8585.
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