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County to Close DLC Store in Milestone Shopping Center

April 10, 2018

The Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control (DLC) will close its retail store located in the Milestone Shopping Center in Germantown effective Saturday, May 26, 2018. The County will continue to lease the stores until July 1, 2018.  

   On Monday, April 9, the County announced the closure of two DLC stores, one was the Milestone location and the second is located in Rockville. The DLC stores slated for closure are Milestone Liquor & Wine, located at 20946 Frederick Road, in Germantown, and Pike Liquor & Wine, located at 832-836 Rockville Pike, in Rockville.

   DLC said that both closures are part of a larger modernization effort that will help facilitate the long-term success of the department, especially the retail portion of the business.

   “One of the DLC’s central goals is to ensure that we are driving profitable sales,” said Robert Dorfman, director of the DLC. “And, in order to do so, we must consider the proximity between stores, our geographic footprint, as well as the appearance and functionality of our stores.”

   The Milestone store close to the DLC store located at 20650 Seneca Meadows Parkway, in the Wegman’s based-shopping center. The DLC store, which opened for business in 2013,is next to the Café Rio Mexican Grill. The Seneca Meadows store boasts a larger size and offers a wider product assortment and delivers an equally convenient location. It is located across the street from the Milestone store.

   “We are and will continue to pursue the very best locations possible; and are planning to renovate and refresh our current retail stores,” said Dorfman.

   In 2016, the DLC opened one of its newest retail stores in Downtown Rockville, less than two miles from the Pike location. This new store, located 300 North Washington Street, has a more modern look and feel, two tasting bars, and dedicated parking — all of which are designed to improve the shopping experience for DLC customers.

   Throughout the month of May, there will be an inventory reduction sale at the Pike and Milestone stores and both stores will close their doors to the public on Saturday, May 26, 2018. The DLC will host grand reopening celebrations at the Downtown Rockville and Seneca Meadows stores.

   Although the DLC is closing two of its stores, all existing staff will be transferred to other locations.

   For more information about locations and operating hours of DLC retail stores, visit the DLC website.

 

Caption:

Top: The Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control (DLC) Beer and Wine store located at the Milestone Shopping Center in Germantown will close July 1, 2018. The staff will be relocated to the Seneca Meadows store which is located next to the Café Rio Mexican Grill, near Wegmans. Photo by Germantown Pulse.

 

 

Next: The Seneca Meadows store will host a Grand Re-Opening.  Photo courtesy Google Maps. 

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