Boasting one of the highest malt contents in the blended whiskey category at 46%, Grace O’Malley uses double-distilled and triple-distilled Whiskey
NEW YORK (PRWEB) APRIL 28, 2020
Grace O’Malley, Ireland’s premium whiskey and spirits brand is proud to announce the launch of their flagship whiskey, Grace O’Malley Blended Irish Whiskey into the U.S. market. Honored to be the first Irish whiskey named after a woman, Grace O’Malley Blended Irish Whiskey is dedicated to the legendary 16th Century Irish Pirate Queen. In addition to whiskey, consumers can also experience a taste of Ireland with Grace O’Malley’s handcrafted Heather Infused Irish Gin.
“We are very excited to share the story of Grace O’Malley with the U.S. market through our premium whiskeys. Far from ordinary like the whiskey itself, Grace O’Malley was a fearless seafarer who broke with the conventions of her time,” said Stephen Cope, Founder and Managing Director of Grace O’Malley Spirits.
Boasting one of the highest malt contents in the blended whiskey category at 46%, Grace O’Malley’s premium whiskey excites the senses and provides a smooth complexity never before tasted. Each of Grace O’Malley’s fine spirits are distilled at The Great Northern Distillery. It is in this center of whiskey excellence that Grace O’Malley’s Master Blender, Paul Caris, together with Master Distillers of The Great Northern Distillery bring the magic to Grace O’Malley Whiskey from distilling to blending and cask management. Paul Caris, former winemaker and Bordeaux-Native, brings an impeccable palate and years of experience to Grace O’Malley as Master Blender.
“We are honored to be working with Paul Caris and the passion, curiosity, and knowledge he brings to the Grace O’Malley premium spirits portfolio as our Master Blender,” added Cope.
This special blend combines whiskies with age statements that range from three to ten years old. Each batch of whiskey is then matured in a range of barrels, including French Oak, ex-Bourbon, and ex-Rum casks, hand-selected by Master Blender, Paul Caris. The resulting blend delivers a whiskey perfectly balanced between flavor, age character, complexity, and smoothness.
The suggested retail price (SRP) for Grace O’Malley Blended Irish Whiskey is $36.99 and $36.99 for the Heather Infused Irish Gin. Grace O’Malley Spirits are widely distributed in Europe and currently imported in the U.S. by MHW. Grace O’Malley Whiskey is now available at leading off-premise accounts in the U.S. including Simply Wine in New York City with information available on SevenFifty. From the west coast of Ireland to rebel hearts around the world: visit http://graceomalleywhiskey.com for more information and join the conversation at @graceomalleyspirits.
Connex, formerly PRSM, the authority on Retail and Multisite Facilities Management, is excited to announce the 2019 Retail Facilities Maintenance Industry Overview Benchmarking Report. This report contains more data than ever before including 150+ charts in five different areas – Demographics, Organizational Structure, Multi-Site Organizations’ Budgets & Expenses, Supplier Management and Sustainability.
The 2019 Retail Facilities Maintenance Industry Overview features new data on staffing, use of technology, budget forecasting and recycling programs. Additionally, this one-of-a-kind report highlights Connex Resources – Online Education Courses, Tools, Templates and White Papers – to assist facility managers in putting data into action.
“The facilities management industry has evolved since we published the 2017 version of the Retail Facilities Maintenance Industry Overview,” said Bill Yanek, Connex, CEO. “This new edition is a comprehensive resource showcasing the current state of the Facilities Management industry and shares education and resources to make efficient and effective business decisions.”
To illustrate the value of the 2019 Industry Overview, Connex created a Benchmarking Snapshot to share a glimpse into some of the available data. The Snapshot includes the industry average of the percentage of preventive versus corrective actions, number of full-time staff, lease agreements as well as Repair & Maintenance, Capital Expenditures and Remodel/Reimage budgets.
The 2019 Industry Overview was created using FY2018 data collected from the responses provided in the Retail Facilities Maintenance Industry Overview Benchmarking Survey. The report includes the average aggregate data from 21% of the association’s Multi-Site FM membership segment. A variety of different store types are represented – including, but not limited to, apparel, banking/financial services, chain drug store/pharmacy, convenience store/gas station, discount store, grocery store/supermarket, and medical/dental. Additionally, the snapshot features average aggregate data from 15% of the association’s Supplier membership segment.
Insightin amplifies its team of pioneers behind preventative care management technologyPRESS RELEASE UPDATED: APR 29, 2020 13:00 EDT
BALTIMORE, April 29, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Insightin Health, provider of Artificial-Intelligence-driven “Next Best Action” for preventative care management, today announces the retention of Greg Hiss for Regional Vice President of Sales. In assuming this role, Hiss is focused on expanding Insightin Health’s industry footprint through the on-boarding of new clients.
Greg’s experience, track record of success, and his passion to transform the healthcare industry makes him an ideal fit for our team.
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Hiss holds over 30 years of healthcare sales and business development experience from both Fortune 500 health plans and innovative startups alike. As an industry veteran, he has built his career on being a strong listener, an advocate of the client, and, ultimately, a champion for the member. Prior to joining Insightin Health, Hiss has been a senior team member at healthcare organizations such as Marathon Health, CareHere, and Aetna.
Having worked for three decades within the largest health plans in the country as well as some of the most successful start-ups of the past decade, Hiss is never afraid to try something new and has learned the value of combining “tried and true” methods with innovative, thought-provoking ideas.
“We’re thrilled to have Greg join us,” says Insightin’s Chief Revenue Officer Derek Baehre. “His experience, track record of success, and his passion to transform the healthcare industry makes him an ideal fit for our team.”
“I view my role as that of an ambassador of positive change,” said Hiss. “We have tools and systems we can bring to our customers that can impact the quality of life, cost of care, and health outcomes of the people we jointly serve.”
Former Vice President Joe Biden is running for president to restore the soul of the nation. He believes it’s time to remember who we are. We’re Americans: tough and resilient. We choose hope over fear. Science over fiction. Truth over lies. And unity over division. We are the United States of America. And together, there is not a single thing we can’t do. Join Team Joe today: http://www.joebiden.com/join
INDIANAPOLIS – Chambers USA: A Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers in Business has recognized 47 Barnes & Thornburg LLP attorneys and 21 practice areas in its 2020 edition. The firm’s product liability and mass torts practice received a nationwide ranking.
Barnes & Thornburg’s Chambers rankings and client commentary about individuals and practices can be viewed on the Chambers website. The directory, a publication produced annually by London-based Chambers & Partners, gave high ratings to the following Barnes & Thornburg practices in:
Barnes & Thornburg’s recognized and ranked attorneys are:
Carolyn Hunt (Media & Entertainment: Transactional) L. Rachel Lerman (Litigation: Appellate) Scott J. Witlin (Labor & Employment)
Sarah J. Hawk (Immigration) John T.L. Koenig (Labor & Employment) Stephen A. Opler (Corporate/M&A)
Fredric P. Andes (Environment: Mainly Transactional) Adam K. Hollander (Insurance: Dispute Resolution) Joseph F. Madonia (Environment: Litigation) David B. Ritter (Labor & Employment) Mark E. Rust (Healthcare) Clifford J. Shapiro (Construction) Robert M. Weiss (Technology & Outsourcing) Bruce White (Environment: Litigation)
Kathleen M. Anderson (Labor & Employment) Joseph D. Calderon (Real Estate) Andrew J. Detherage (Litigation: General Commercial) Joseph G. Eaton (Litigation: General Commercial) David R. Gillay (Environment) E. Sean Griggs (Environment) Curt W. Hidde (Corporate/M&A) Joshua P. Hollingsworth (Corporate/M&A) Dennis A. Johnson (Real Estate) John M. Kyle, III (Environment) Larry A. Mackey (Litigation: White Collar Crime & Government Investigations) John R. Maley (Litigation: General Commercial; Labor & Employment) Peter A. Morse, Jr. (Labor & Employment) Peter J. Rusthoven (Litigation: Appellate) Michael T. Scanlon (Environment) Anthony C. Sullivan (Environment) T. Joseph Wendt (Litigation: General Commercial) Keith E. White (Labor & Employment) Donald E. Williams (Real Estate) Kenneth J. Yerkes (Labor & Employment)
Keith J. Brodie (Labor & Employment) Michael G. Campbell (Banking & Finance) Donald P. Lawless (Labor & Employment) Robert W. Sikkel (Labor & Employment) Amy J. Zdravecky (Labor & Employment)
Steven R. Katz (Real Estate)
Lawrence Gerschwer (Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
William A. Nolan (Labor & Employment)
Randy Gordon (Antitrust)
Scott N. Godes (Insurance: Policyholder) James E. Van Horn (Bankruptcy/Restructuring)
Ryan L. Marshall (Intellectual Property)
James F. Murdica (Product Liability & Mass Torts)
With more than 600 attorneys and other legal professionals, Barnes & Thornburg is one of the largest law firms in the country. The firm serves clients worldwide from offices in Atlanta, California, Chicago, Delaware, Indiana, Michigan, Minneapolis, Ohio, Raleigh, Salt Lake City, Texas and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit us online at www.btlaw.com or on Twitter @BTLawNews.
That humankind’s cultural evolution has reached a crisis of modernity.
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