Boschert seeks to own liquor store

June 08, 1993|By Staff Report

A group headed by Council Chairman David G. Boschert plans to take over a Heritage Harbour liquor store.

If the liquor license transfer is approved -- the county liquor board is set to take up the request tonight -- Mr. Boschert will take ownership of South Haven Wine & Spirits, located in the Heritage Harbour Center, and rename it the Heritage Wine & Spirits Shoppe. The Crownsville Democrat heads a group called Heritage International Beverages Ltd., which includes his mother, Miriam R. Boschert, and his brother-in-law, Charles P. Raines Jr.

Mr. Boschert said the store, which is open seven days, will sell a range of beverages, including wines, spirits, gourmet coffees, teas and cocoas, juices and spring water. He plans to offer wine tastings, and would like to sell fancy cheese at some later date.

Mr. Boschert said he helped run his family's package goods store in Gambrills in the early 1970s, when he left the military. The family sold the store in 1974.

Mr. Boschert also runs a media consulting and public relations firm, Communications Image Consultants, which advises corporate executives and military officials on dealing with the press. He was a director of business development for Severn Savings Bank until he was laid off in July 1990.

The liquor board is scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at the Arundel Center in Annapolis.

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