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Hess Family Wine Estates Names Breanna Burgess Field Sales Manager For Central Division

Posted on August 05, 2014

Hess Family Wine Estates has appointed Breanna Burgess as central division field sales manager, based in Denver and focused on six key states including Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.

She will report to Ryan Jones, central division manager.

For the past five years she has served as an on-premise specialist for Beverage Distributors Corporation, focusing on Denver and the surrounding area. She began her career at Xstatic Public Relations,
where she created social media campaigns and produced vlogs for client websites.

A graduate of Colorado State University, Burgess earned a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in technical communications and journalism, with a concentration in public relations.

“Breanna has consistently brought a high level of energy and enthusiasm to her assignments, with impressive results, a proven trait we expect will greatly help her succeed in representing our portfolio in these key markets,” said Jones.

Hess Family Wine Estates produces terroir driven wines on four continents, including the wines of The Hess Collection from Mount Veeder in Napa, California; Artezin, from California’s North Coast; MacPhail Family Wines with Pinot Noir expressions from California’s greatest coastal growing regions; Peter Lehmann wines from Australia’s Barossa Valley; Colomé and Amalaya from the Calchaquí Valley near Salta, Argentina and Glen Carlou from Paarl, South Africa.

Regions: Kansas; Arizona; Colorado; New Mexico; Utah; Wyoming
Job Function: Sales/Marketing

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