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Jocelyn & Co. gets approval for liquor license in Peoria

Will allow for 'gourmet gifting and food' business to sell beer and wine

Posted 8/1/22

The city of Peoria approved to the Arizona State Liquor Board a new wine and beer (Series 10) liquor license for Jocelyn & Co.

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Jocelyn & Co. gets approval for liquor license in Peoria

Will allow for 'gourmet gifting and food' business to sell beer and wine

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The city of Peoria approved to the Arizona State Liquor Board a new wine and beer (Series 10) liquor license for Jocelyn & Co., located at 8550 N. 91st Ave., suite #55.

Jocelyn & Co. is a "gourmet gifting and food" business.

A series 10 permits the retail sale of beer and wine for consumption off premises.

Some of the businesses around Jocelyn & Co. are RightSpace Storage, Apria Healthcare and Interstate All Battery Center.

City documents say there are no staff concerns with Jocelyn & Co.

A public hearing notice was posted for at least 20 days, and no comments were received during the posting period, according to a staff report. The license application was reviewed according to State law and all departments gave approvals.

Founded by Debbie Quintana, Jocelyn & Co. was named after her first granddaughter, Jocelyn. Quintana started the company to bring a new, much needed fresh brand to the gifting industry, according to the Jocelyn & Co. website.

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