565 bars and restaurants are taking advantage of the Spirits Buy Back program.
As of late today, the Michigan Liquor Control Omission has submitted a total of 441 completed applications to the Michigan Department of Treasury for more than $2 million since the program began.
The Spirits Buy Back program was created through an executive order by Governor Whitmer.
Businesses with liquor licenses have until Friday at 5 p.m. to request the Michigan Liquor Control Commission to buy back their inventory.
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