NEW YORK, NY – MAR 31, 2015 — Global Spirits USA has promoted NJ Manager BreedaPhoummany, naming her Northeast Regional Manager, responsible for building distribution and volume for the company’s portfolio of quality vodkas Khortytsa (Hor-Tea-Sa),Pervak and LEAF.
“Breeda has been a strong advocate for our brand portfolio, building significant distribution for LEAF Vodka during its initial introduction in New Jersey” said CEO Maksym Dubossarsky. “We’re confident that her enthusiasm, drive and category expertise will further expand the reach and distribution of our exceptional line of vodkas throughout the Northeast region.”
Phoummany joined the organization in November of 2013 as NJ state manager, solely responsible for managing LEAF Vodka. As northeast regional manager, she is now responsible for managing the entire Global Spirits portfolio for all states spanning from Maine to Virginia.
“Breeda has extensive experience from both the wine and spirit sides of the industry,” noted National Sales Director Steve Ackerman, “with significant expertise in distribution management and marketing.”
The announcement follows a period of significant growth for the company, which changed its name from Megapolis to Global Spirits USA, LLC, and realigned its structure and staff under the direction of newly appointed CEO Maxim Dubossarsky.
About Global Spirits:
A Fortune 500 Company in Europe, Global Spirits was established in 2008 and has offices in New York, Moscow and Kiev. The company’s annual volume exceeds 12 million cases, with distribution in over 80 countries. Key strategic brands include: Khortytsa Vodka (3rd largest selling international vodka brand*), Morosha Vodka (fastest growing international vodka brand),Pervak Vodka (acquired and re-launched in 2013) and LEAF Vodka (launched in the US October 2013).
Global Spirits 2013 worldwide revenues exceeded $900 Million (+17%) and employs over 5,000.
Global Spirits is focusing on its brand distribution growth within its current markets including: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan and Tennessee. The continued U.S saturation goal will be all 50 states by 2016.
 Source: Drinks International