Governor Nathan Deal signed a law Thursday giving communities the chance to vote on whether to sell alcohol on Sundays.
"As far as I'm concerned, I won't be open," says Bass Package store owner Lucky Punjabi.
He says no matter what the government tells him, the "Closed Sunday," sign in the corner of his front door won't change.
It was a busy Friday evening at Bass Package as customers stocked up for the weekend.
But Punjabi says it might not stay that way if his customers are allowed to buy alcohol on Sunday.
He says he expects sales would drop on Friday and Saturday which he'd make up for with Sunday sales.
He says Sunday sales wouldn't mean more customers, just more time at work.
"I think overhead is going to increase and revenue is gonna be the same," says Punjabi.
He works six days a week at his store.
"One day off, I need to be with my family."
He says he won't open on Sundays no matter what.