We mix the friendliness of a small business with the prices of a big-box retailer," said Anuj Mittal, Zipps' vice president of operations. "Our customers can pop into our store, chat with our store management, pick out their product, and be headed home in five minutes.
LIVINGSTON, Texas (PRWEB) December 11, 2020
Zipps Liquor announced that it has opened a new location in Livingston, Texas just in time for the holiday season. Like the other stores in the liquor chain, the new Livingston location provides a bountiful selection of wines, beers, and spirits at always-competitive prices. The new store will continue Zipps' signature blue-ribbon customer service, affordable prices, and stocked shelves that have made Zipps one of the fastest-growing liquor providers in South and Central Texas.
"We mix the friendliness of a small business with the prices of a big-box retailer," said Anuj Mittal, Zipps' vice president of operations. "Our customers can pop into our store, chat with our store management, pick out their product, and be headed home in five minutes."
Livingston residents and visitors can enjoy a quality alcohol selection from Zipps now and through the winter holidays this year. Next summer, the store expects to serve locals and tourists alike who are taking advantage of the hiking and boating options at Lake Livingston.
While this year's holiday season involves more social distancing than usual, Zipps' new location will be ready to fulfill large party orders when in-person events start to come back in 2021 and beyond. Livingston shoppers can save up to 15% on orders for parties by shopping for their liquor needs at Zipps.
Zipps liquor store in Livingston, TX is located at 124 Jones Road East. The brand is proud to serve all its customers, including neighbors from Seven Oaks, Walda and Leggett, TX.
About Zipps Liquor: Founded in Willis, Texas in 1994, Zipps Liquor offers three times the inventory of beer, wine, and alcohol of the average neighborhood liquor store, featuring top brands, specialty products, best-selling craft beers, and hard-to-find bottles. The rapidly growing chain proudly provides rural communities with up to 30% lower prices and 5-star service.