Spec’s Liquor President John Rydman, with wife and owner Lindy Rydman in blue and their daughter Lisa Rydman, granddaughter of the chain’s founder, at the flagship store in Houston on June 29, 2017. Spec’s got the green light to begin expanding again after an administrative court poured cold water on sanctions sought by state liquor regulators.
Spec’s Liquor President John Rydman, with wife and owner Lindy Rydman in blue and their daughter Lisa Rydman, granddaughter of the chain’s founder, at the flagship store in Houston on June 29, 2017. Spec’s got the green light to begin expanding again after an administrative court poured cold water on sanctions sought by state liquor regulators. Michael Stravato The Texas Tribune
Spec’s Liquor President John Rydman, with wife and owner Lindy Rydman in blue and their daughter Lisa Rydman, granddaughter of the chain’s founder, at the flagship store in Houston on June 29, 2017. Spec’s got the green light to begin expanding again after an administrative court poured cold water on sanctions sought by state liquor regulators. Michael Stravato The Texas Tribune

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