US: Castle Brands appoints marketing senior VP
Castle Brands has appointed Alejandra Peña as its senior VP of global marketing.
Peña will also be brand director for Pallini liqueurs in the US, said Castle Brands yesterday (7 September). As SVP of marketing, she will be responsible for all marketing of the company's brands globally, the group said.
Her most recent position was as VP of marketing for spirits and liqueurs at Remy Cointreau USA. She has 15 years of experience in wine and spirits marketing, said Castle, which owns Gosling's rum and Boru vodka.
It was not immediately clear who Peña is replacing, or whether the role is new.
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