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Marshall ABC Store Expands

September 20, 2017

News Release Contact:

Valerie Hubbard - (804) 204-2327
Email: valerie.hubbard@abc.virginia.gov

Virginia ABC Store in Marshall Will Close Friday for Remodeling, Expansion


The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) store at 4199-B Winchester Road in Marshall will close on Friday, Sept. 22, for an expansion and remodeling project. The work is expected to take almost two months to complete and will increase the retail store space from 1,500 to 2,985 square feet. The project also includes the installation of new store fixtures, shelving to accommodate the store’s expanded product offerings, new flooring and other interior upgrades.

What:    Virginia ABC store remodeling and expansion
When:    Friday, Sept. 22, at 6 p.m. through Monday, Nov. 20, at 10 a.m.
Where:    4199-B Winchester Road, Marshall

In fiscal year 2016, the store—one of three in Fauquier County—sold nearly 17,000 gallons of products generating just over $1.3 million in gross sales.

“The expansion project will enhance the store’s inviting atmosphere to make the shopping experience even more enjoyable for both long-time customers and patrons who haven’t previously explored our selection of products,” said Director of Retail Operations Wilson Jones.

During the extended closure, customers can shop nearby for distilled spirits at ABC stores located at Warrenton Village Shopping Center, 175 West Lee Highway, in Warrenton; 106 Washington Street in  Middleburg, and The Marketplace at Madison Crescent, 8038 and 8044 Crescent Park Drive, in Gainesville.

A searchable list of Virginia ABC’s 368 stores—including brands and quantities of spirits available at each location—can be found on the agency’s newly updated website (www.abc.virginia.gov).


The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) is a major source of revenue for the commonwealth, contributing more than $1.9 billion to the general fund in the last five years. The agency currently operates 368 state stores. Its Bureau of Law Enforcement oversees more than 17,000 ABC licensed establishments while the Hearings and Appeals Division considers more than 700 cases each year. The agency also provides alcohol education and prevention programs for people of all ages. Now marking its 83rd year, ABC remains committed to progress and innovation in carrying out its control, service and revenue mission.


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