Rising Utah liquor sales fueled by more non-Mormons, tourism

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Rising Utah liquor sales fueled by more non-Mormons, tourism

A worker at a state liquor store changes prices on wine, liquor and beer in Salt Lake City. In Mormon dominated Utah where alcohol is frowned upon, liquor sales keep climbing each year. The two-decade rise is likely fueled by a steady influx of new out-of-state residents drawn for jobs and a thriving tourism sector driven by snow-capped mountains and red-rock national parks.

Rising Utah liquor sales fueled by more non-Mormons, tourism

A worker at a state liquor store changes prices on wine, liquor and beer in Salt Lake City. In Mormon dominated Utah where alcohol is frowned upon, liquor sales keep climbing each year. The two-decade rise is likely fueled by a steady influx of new out-of-state residents drawn for jobs and a thriving tourism sector driven by snow-capped mountains and red-rock national parks.
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