University of Portland hosts "Wine, Beer & Spirits - Portland's Past, Present & Future"; featuring drinks, food, and conversation.

University of Portland  hosts "Wine, Beer & Spirits - Portland's Past, Present & Future"; featuring drinks, food, and conversation.

Press Release

PORTLAND, Ore., June 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Pamplin School of Business will present "Wine, Beer & Spirits: Portland's Past, Present & Future" on Wednesday, July 24 from 4-7 p.m. at Cerulean Winery (1439 NW Marshall St). The event is sponsored by the Bauccio Lecture series. 

The line-up features a keynote presentation and interactive panel speaking on Portland's current landscape and will provide an overview on current and anticipated market trends. General Admission is $35 and includes tastings, drinks, appetizers, and digital badge.

Participants include experts in the wine, beer and spirits industries:

  • Kevin O'Brien, senior vice president, Zepponi & Company

  • Steve Waters, CEO, Backwoods Brewing

  • Jessie Sheeran, brand manager, SakéOne

  • Ryan Magarian, co-founder, Aviation American Gin and co-founder, Oven and Shaker Pizza and Bar

  • Moderated by: Sam Holloway, associate professor, University of Portland and president, Crafting A Strategy 

To register for the event, please visit http://bit.ly/2VDmH2T  

For more information, please contact Lilia Grundy at grundy@up.edu

The Pamplin School of Business  
The University of Portland's Pamplin School of Business has been among the highest ranked business schools on the west coast and has attained national recognition for its Masters programs. The Pamplin school was ranked best part-time MBA program in Portland by U.S. News & World Report 2019 according to rankings released March 12. The school was also placed among top "Tier One" listings according to CEO Magazine's 2019 Global MBA rankings and Study.com ranked the Pamplin School of Business #20 in the nation as part of their 2019 Top 50 MBA Schools list. Please visit up.edu/MBA for more information.  

SOURCE Pamplin School of Business

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Update: It was pointed out the incorrect academic institution was used. This has been corrected to University of Portland.