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LIQUOR BARN ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT

 SAN DIEGO, Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Liquor Barn Inc. today announced that Louis A. Cesario was elected its president by unanimous vote of the board of directors. He replaces Harvey W. Rosen, who will remain a director of the company. Cesario is a 12-year veteran of Liquor Barn, having served as its senior vice president of operations since 1988.
 Commenting on this appointment, John C. Stiska, president of Triton Group Ltd., Liquor Barn's majority shareholder, stated, "We are pleased that Lou is taking the leadership role with Liquor Barn. While the past few years have been difficult for the beverage industry and for California retailing in general, we believe Liquor Barn will continue to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of its customers and the industry under Lou's direction."
 Liquor Barn is a specialty retailer of wine, spirits, beer and related products operating 28 stores principally in Northern California and San Diego.
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 /CONTACT: Louis A. Cesario, president of Liquor Barn, 619-452-2276; or Michael M. Earley, senior VP and CFO of Triton Group, 619-231-1818/


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