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Industry Review: Off Licenses

In the first four weeks of lockdown back in March, people spent €158m on alcohol, which represe...

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11.31 26 Sep 2020


Industry Review: Off Licenses



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11.31 26 Sep 2020


In the first four weeks of lockdown back in March, people spent €158m on alcohol, which represented an increase of 40% year on year.

Six months later and another lockdown in the capital, what does business look like for the nation's off licenses?

In this week's Industry Review, Bobby was joined by Gary O’Donovan, Chairman of the National Off License Association of Ireland and the Owner and Managing Director of the O’Donovan’s Off License Group in Cork, Richard Molloy the Managing Director of The Molloy Group and Padraig Sweeney, Owner of Sweeney’s D3 Off License and Café.

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Coronavirus Covid-19 Dublin Lockdown Gary O'Donovan Industry Review National Off License Association Of Ireland Off Licenses O’Donovan’s Off License Group In Cork Padraig Sweeney Pandemic Richard Molloy Sweeney’s D3 Off License And Café The Molloy Group

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