Out of 588 state stores in Pennsylvania, a Delaware County shop placed fifth in the number of alcohol sales it generated in the fiscal year 2021-2022, writes Paul Vigna for Penn Live.
The store at the Lawrence Park Industrial Center, 629 Parkway Drive, in Broomall, generated $19,113,815 in sales and had 10,766 transactions.
In total dollar sales, Delaware County placed sixth out of the 10 top counties for alcohol sales, with $96.6 million in alcohol sales. Nearby Montgomery County placed third, with $240 million in sales.
Bucks County placed fourth, with $168.1 million in sales. Chester County was fifth, with $123.4 million
The information comes from The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) annual report, which looks at agency operations, sales trends, popular products, and financial results.
The 588 state stores in Pennsylvania are broken down by region across the state, with 161 in the Eastern Region, 213 in the Central Region and 214 in the Western Region.
The state has 462 standard stores, 112 Premium Collection stores, 13 licensee service centers, and one e-commerce fulfillment center in East Greenville, Montgomery County.
Read more about the most popular state liquor stores in Pennsylvania that’s based on alcohol sales at Penn Live.
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