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Consol feeling the brunt alcohol ban. Independent Schools continue to operate

Consol feeling the brunt alcohol ban. Independent Schools continue to operate

24 July 2020 7:10 PM

Mike Arnold, CEO of Consol Glass discuss the effect of alcohol ban on manufacturing of glass. Bailey Thomson Blake, chief of schools at Sparks schools update Bruce Whitfield on Spark Schools operations under lockdown 

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