Andy Talbert (left) and Jerry Nevins are two of the three partners of Snow & Company. The owners announced in June they will move the frozen cocktail business from the Crossroads to Westport, partly because of liquor license issues.
Andy Talbert (left) and Jerry Nevins are two of the three partners of Snow & Company. The owners announced in June they will move the frozen cocktail business from the Crossroads to Westport, partly because of liquor license issues. File photo by David Pulliam dpulliam@kcstar.com
Andy Talbert (left) and Jerry Nevins are two of the three partners of Snow & Company. The owners announced in June they will move the frozen cocktail business from the Crossroads to Westport, partly because of liquor license issues. File photo by David Pulliam dpulliam@kcstar.com

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