In 2012, Russ and Heather Weaver set out to convince Dacula voters of the benefits a package store might provide for the city.
The Weavers launched a petition drive and, after months of going door to door, collected enough signatures to allow the question of whether a not Dacula should allow liquor stores to go before the voters.
The voters said yes by an overwhelming 181 to 76 margin.
As a result, the city amended its alcohol ordinance and is now in the process of .
Heather Weaver is one of those interested parties. Watch the video for details about Weaver's background and business aspirations.
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