Transportation: one more chance
As consumer preferences increasingly favor the spirits segment of the adult beverage industry, to the detriment of beer sales, there is increased interest in gaining control of quality brands that sell.
NEW YORK — Gin can be looked at in many ways.
The beleaguered beer industry, afflicted with soft sales as wine and spirits numbers continue to rise, seems intent on trying anything that comes to mind in its search for better ways to market its products both to the hospitality industry and individual consumers.
Virginia’s top housing official cautioned yesterday that serious danger is on the horizon for tens of thousands in the region whose home mortgages “are premised on escalating home prices.” William Shelton, director of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, told an audience gathered for the annual awards breakfast […]
Keeping up with the worldwide wine scene can be a fulltime occupation in these days of the global marketplace.
Brief news items from the Greater Falls Church area for the week of 8/31.
Falls Church should not take its declining residential home value situation personally. The dramatic cooling of the housing market that portends serious budget problems for the City of Falls Church next year is hardly a local phenomenon.