Monday, January 19, 2009
Ohio Liquor Sales Highest Ever
An increase of 4.75 percent over 2007, Ohio liquor sales for 2008 hit $719.2 million.Are people drinking more due to the poor economy? Given that premium-priced liquors increased in sales, maybe it's the wealthy watching their investments go down the drain doing all the drinking.
Zurz attributed the increases to a rise in prices, a trend of consumers buying more premium-priced liquors and a rise in consumption.
The good news? The second highest selling liquor was that sweet nectar from my home state of Tennessee - Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey. Good stuff.
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