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Glitch Causes Liquor Shortage During Busy Season

Beginning this week, you’ll see more liquor stores open on Sundays and holidays, including the Fourth of July. It’s part of a push to increase sales and generate millions of dollars in additional revenue for the state. But the KING 5 Investigators have learned there’s a big problem – a computer glitch at the state’s only distribution center. KING 5’s Linda Byron reports.
THE INITIAL TILL SHE WORE LIQUOR STORES OR BOUGHT SOME DAYS ARE ALL THE RAGE INCLUDING THE FOURTH OF JULY nIT ‘S PART OF A PORSCHE TO INCREASE SALES THEY GENERATE BILLIONS OF DOLLARS nADDITIONAL REVENUE FOR THE STRICT BUT THE GAME FIVE INVESTIGATORS HAVE LEARNED THERE ‘S A BIG PROBLEM nA COMPUTER GLITCH AT THE STATE ‘S ONLY DISTRIBUTION CENTER HERE KING BUYS LINDA BYRON nWASHINGTON STATE STRICTLY CONTROLS THE FLOW OF ALCOHOL nEVERY BOTTLE OF HARD LIQUOR PLUS A LOT OF BEER AND WINE nTHIS THROUGH THIS MASSIVE DISTRIBUTION CENTER IN SEATTLE nRUN BY THE STATE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD nFROM HERE IT SHIPPED TO APPROXIMATELY THREE HUNDRED STATE STORES nTHE CENTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DISTRIBUTING SOME EIGHTEEN THOUSAND CASES OF LIQUOR EVERY DAY nRESTAURANTS AND HOTELS COUNT ON THE STATE TO COME THROUGH BECAUSE THEY ‘RE REQUIRE TO BUY THEIR ALCOHOL FROM STATE STORES WE HAVE BUSINESSES WERE RELYING ON

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