Phillips owns multiple liquor stores in Springdale and he's also part of a group that is working to gather signatures to allow liquor sales on Sundays.
"We think it will help bring in people from out of town like maybe Fayetteville or Rogers. Maybe they'll drive down and shop in Springdale," said Phillips.
August 6th, the group turned in almost 1300 signatures. However, they still need another 250 to get the issue on the ballot.
"We hope to get enough signatures to get it on the ballot."
Phillips says the Benton County wet dry issue, which will go to voters this fall, is a huge reason he wants his store open seven days a week.
"With the prospect of Benton County going wet, that means Springdale is going to lose a lot of sales tax revenue and this will be one way to recoup."
Some don't like the idea of Springdale going wet on Sundays.
"They should be in church on Sunday and they should have bought their liquor by Saturday night," said one customer we talked with.
"You have six other days. There's no need to change it," said another.
"I feel like they should just keep it the way it is. I mean there's enough alcohol throughout the week."
The signatures must be turned in by August 20th to the Springdale City Clerk's office.