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Mississauga company offers alcohol delivery service

Alcohol Delivery, Mississauga, A business in Mississauga has seized control of the alcohol distribution process. In October 2021, the owner of Alcohol Delivery Mississauga was granted permission to deliver alcoholic beverages within the territory.

Gov. Tate Reeves approved House Bill 1135 in April 2021, allowing local package stores or retailers to transport beer, wine, liquor, and light spirits to customers’ homes.

“It began just before Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving Day, I believe, we placed our first order. Since then, it has only started to take off, and now people are beginning to realize that it is a thing. It’s a huge step to get licenced and then actually use it. According to Peter Clark, proprietor of Madison Cellars, “several establishments around Madison County are signing up for it.

In addition to serving Hinds and Rankin counties, Alcohol Delivery Mississauga is headquartered in Madison County.

Mississauga makes alcohol delivery to homes legal.

The hardest thing for us to do has been running a tiny firm with few resources. We speak to a lot more people as we shift our emphasis to more marketing. We attend regional events. The founder of Mississauga Alcohol Delivery, Raj Ramarao, said, “We use social media sites.

The business intends to expand later this year after becoming established in the Jackson-Metro region to places like Oxford and Starkville. Currently, Alcohol Delivery Mississauga delivers from 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. All services end at 10:00 p.m., with the last order accepted at 9:00 p.m.

“We’re trying to help the neighbourhood, and since this is something brand-new that not many people are aware of, I want people to give us a chance. Although other larger businesses are attempting to enter the market, we are pretty confident in our pricing and customer support. Ramarao added, “I want people to give us a chance, give us a try, and tell their friends about us.

Customers can place orders via the app or the website, and IDs are validated using the app.

By Mississauga law, purchasers must demonstrate that they are at least 21 years old, delivery personnel must be at least that age and deliveries are not permitted to anyone who “appears drunk.” Additionally, dry counties and cities are not eligible for deliveries.

This report was made possible by the Associated Press.

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