Norman Bonchick, Chairman and CEO of 375 Park Avenue Spirits today announces the appointment of Jason Schladenhauffen to the newly created position of President / COO of 375 Park Avenue Spirits.

“We are delighted to have Jason join 375 Park Avenue Spirits as part of the company’s continued expansion in the industry.”
– Norman Bonchick

Schladenhauffen comes to 375 Park Avenue Spirits with a wealth of experience from both the distributor and supplier side including Romano Brothers in Chicago and Bacardi where he held several positions over the past 13 years, most recently as the Off Premise National Accounts Director.

Jason Schladenhauffen portrait

New President & COO Jason Schladenhauffen

“The past two years have been an exciting time for our company as we have solidified partnerships and grown our portfolio exponentially with the addition of a number of new suppliers and brands including Speyburn, Old Pulteney, anCnoc, Balblair, Caorunn, Phraya, Mekhong, Antica Sambuca, Limoncello Rossi d’Asiago, Dolce Nero, Saint James Rhum, Saint-Vivant Armagnac and Yeni Raki,” explained Bonchick. “We realized now is the time to strengthen our team and make sure we have a succession plan in place, with the appointment of Jason we are ensuring that 375 Park Avenue Spirits is well positioned for continued growth and the future.”

In addition to overseeing the company’s field sales force and operations, Jason will occupy a joint role within the Sazerac Company managing strategic partnerships.

“We are very pleased with the growth of 375 Park Avenue Spirits as the country’s leading developer of specialty and growth spirit brands, the addition of Jason in this role, which will additionally oversee many of Sazerac’s strategic partnerships will help continue the momentum that 375 Park Avenue has gained in the last 24 months. We are looking forward to the continued success of 375 Park Avenue and very pleased to have Jason join the Sazerac family.”
– Mark Brown, President and CEO of Sazerac Company

Jason currently resides in Dallas, TX with his family and will be relocating to Louisville, KY to work out of the Sazerac Company’s Louisville office.

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