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Business celebrates 20th anniversary with prize draw

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Ray King of Corks and Cans in Norton with the mountain bike being offered as a prize to celebrate the shops 20th anniversary
Picture by Neil Silk
29/11/13

134833 Ray King of Corks and Cans in Norton with the mountain bike being offered as a prize to celebrate the shops 20th anniversary Picture by Neil Silk 29/11/13

One of the few remaining independent off-licences in Ryedale is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week by launching a free prize draw where one lucky winner will ride off with a brand new mountain bike.

Ray King, owner of Corks & Cans, Commercial Street, Norton, is holding the special giveaway to mark two decades of business and to thank his customers for their support over the years.

The off-licence began life when he transferred the alcohol licence from the neighbouring Costcutter store, which he ran, to what is now Corks & Cans. Business has continued to flourish over the years and now he employs 15 members of staff.

Despite offers from supermarkets on drink, he believes his off-licence has beaten off the competition.

“Our prices on wines, spirits and beer are very competitive with the supermarkets,” said Mr King, who more recently diversified into opening a newsagency.

“It means we are open seven days a week which is appreciated by customers.”

Mr King added: “I would like to thank the suppliers that have supported me and all staff that have worked at Corks & Cans during the past 20 years and I would like to take this opportunity to wish our customers – old and new – a very peaceful Christmas.”

Entry forms for the prize draw are available from Corks & Cans. The closing date is December 21.

 

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