Business After Hours At Cache Road Liquor & Wine
Business After Hours was an incredible success! With 119 guests in attendance, Business After Hours Hosted by Cache Road Liquor and Wine featured the locally owned and operated business celebrating its grand reopening and 45 years operating in the Lawton Fort Sill community. Amongst those an attendance were several business owners, Chamber staff and the leaders in the community. To kick off the event, the Redcoat Ambassadors supported the reintroduction of Cache Road Liquor and Wine by providing ceremonial duties for the official ribbon cutting and sharing with guests the great opportunities available in the Lawton Fort Sill community as well as business networking opportunities. With the reintroduction some new products to expect will include fine cigars & tobacco products, extended food items such as meat & cheese products for entertaining and more--all Oklahoma grown & Oklahoma made. Big thanks to the Cache Road Liquor & Wine owner and staff for allowing us to share the grand reopening of the staple in our community and business!
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About Cache Road Liquor & Wine:
Cache Road Discount Liquor and Wine is owned by JP Richard and is one of the biggest liquor stores in Oklahoma. We really pride ourselves on trying to have lowest prices, best service, and widest selection in the area. We have a great staff of employees that is always willing to help; we're also a bunch of sarcastic, still 14-year-old kids that tend to have fun at work and try to make your shopping that much more fun. As we say, the booze costs money but the show is free (which is good because we probably wouldn't get paid for most of our attempts at humor). The most recent expansion of Cache Road Discount Liquor and Wines was completed in May of 1998. The 12,500 sq. feet of floor space makes Cache Road Liquor and Wines the largest liquor store between OKC and Dallas. The business has steadily grown since 1959. J.P. Richard and Bill Doolin purchased the business in 1974 and Doolin stayed on as an equal partner till 1980. In 1978 they expanded the original building to 5,000 sq. feet and in 1985 J.P. enlarged it to 8,000. The most noticeable change, and what a lot of people still call us by, came in 1987 when J.P. built the Tunnel next door to the liquor store. To read more about the iconic Lawton based store, click here.