ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Might 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — On Might 27th at 10:00 am, Brown Jug – Alaska’s oldest and largest bundle retailer retailer – will open its latest location at 530 Muldoon Highway. The opening ceremonies will embody a ribbon-cutting by East Anchorage Assemblyman Forrest Dunbar. Becoming a member of Dunbar will probably be members of the Muldoon Group Council; Matt Thorpe, President of Liquor Shops USA North, Inc. dba Brown Jug; and board members of Afognak Native Company, Brown Jug’s dad or mum firm.
“What offers us, as an organization, probably the most satisfaction is continuous to guide our trade in guaranteeing social duty and staying lively and engaged in each group the place a Brown Jug retailer is positioned. This new retailer represents an vital step towards revitalizing the Muldoon Group,” stated Matt Thorpe, President of Liquor Shops USA North, Inc. dba Brown Jug. “Within the 6,000+ sq. foot constructing, customers in East Anchorage will discover the most important collection of imported wines, micro brews, and spirits – all at our on a regular basis warehouse pricing,” Thorpe continued.
The reworked constructing will now function with a diminished carbon footprint utilizing LED lighting and new, environment friendly cooler expertise. The seven full-time employees and their supervisor will shield customers through the use of Brown Jug’s distinctive Patronscan expertise. Patronscan requires customers to scan their ID on the retailer’s entrance door to stop adolescents and people restricted from buying alcohol underneath Alaska regulation (AS 04.16.160) from getting into the shop. Brown Jug’s use of Patronscan has dramatically diminished theft, serving to to maintain shopper costs low whereas selling a tradition of security all through the communities.
“Brown Jug is happy with the truth that it’s regionally owned and group minded. For over 80 years, Brown Jug has constructed and maintained a strong popularity in Alaska of offering high quality customer support, nice product choice, and aggressive costs,” stated Thorpe. The Brown Jug chain, based by an Alaska household, was bought in 2020 by Afognak Native Company.
Brown Jug employs over 225 Alaskans in 21 shops statewide in Anchorage, Wasilla, and Fairbanks, plus a warehouse in Anchorage.
For added info, contact:
Ana Fisk, Vice President, Liquor Shops USA North, Inc. dba Brown Jug
907-244-4377; [email protected]