Busters is founded on Bellevue in South Memphis by R.M. "Buster" Hammond, Jr.
Buster's son, R.M. "Rommy" Hammond III, opens Sterick Liquors downtown in the old Sterick Building.
Martin Luther King is assassinated in downtown Memphis. Downtown begins to suffer as many residents flee to the suburbs. Buster & Rommy close their shops and move out east. Busters opens on the corner of Poplar & Highland.
Buster's finally opens at their present day location in the new Dillard Square Building built upon the revenue generated from the sale of the Poplar & Highland Corner to Exxon.
Buster's partners in sponsoring the "Commemoration of The Feast of Saint Jude". High point of the dinner was the tasting of a 6 Liter Jeroboam of 1864 Lafite. This was the only known bottle of this famous and magnificent giant. It was purchased at Heublein's Rare Wine Auction of 1978 for $18,000, which set a world record price for a single bottle of wine at the time. The late "Big" John P. Grisanti chaired the event and gave conception to the idea of a dinner for the benefit of Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
Buster's is recognized as "The Top Wine Store" by Memphis Magazine and the article states "Buster's has the most to choose from and the most informed staff."
Rommy Hammond is recognized by Market Watch Magazine, a leading industry publication, as one of the "Top 10 Retailers" in the country.
Buster's is recognized as “Best Wine Shop in Memphis" by the inaugural Memphis Flyer Readers' Poll.
Rommy and his two sons, Morgan & Josh, are featured on the cover of Beverage Retailer, a national industry publication.
Morgan and Josh Hammond are recognized by Market Watch Magazine as "Top 10 Retailers" in the country celebrating Buster's continued success on the local market. Josh Hammond is the youngest person to ever receive the award.
Buster's Liquors celebrates its 50th Anniversary~!
R.M. "Buster" Hammond Jr. at age 97 passes. April 26, 1910 - September 8, 2007.
Buster's launches their new e-commerce website.
Busters begins carrying domestic beers, food products, and accessories.
Buster’s expands from 10,000 to 16,000 square feet and does a complete renovation of the store to create a better shopping experience adding a growler station and wine tasting desk. The cost is $1.4 million. Buster’s now becomes the complete one stop shop selling additional products to include over 500 beers, kegs, growlers, cheeses, packaged meats, and accessories.