The Governor of Massachusetts has deemed liquor stores essential.
Governor Charlie Baker has deemed liquor stores as one of the many operations essential to the economy of Massachusetts. We consider this a blessing and an important responsibility. All Liquor ‘N More stores will remain open to continue to serve our communities, responsibly.
We promise we are not being weird. When you are in our stores you will notice we are purposely keeping more of a distance from you. We are trying to respect your space, while providing you with the best customer service in Massachusetts. We want you to be healthy and happy!
We are also continuously cleaning and disinfecting the stores, including the checkout counters. We have also put cones near the checkout counters to help you stay a safe distance from the other patrons in the store, while you are standing in line. Finally, we are encouraging everyone to do the five.
DO the FIVE
HANDS - Wash your hands often, for at least 20 seconds
ELBOW - Cough into your elbow or a tissue
FACE - Don't touch your face
SPACE - Keep a safe distance, try to remain 6 feet apart from others
HOME - Stay home if you can, we are glad you are here but we do offer delivery
We thank you for shopping with us and for being patient with us during this time. We really do appreciate your business.
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