US: Castle Brands appoints president and COO

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 14 November 2007

US spirits group Castle Brands has announced the appointment of Don Marsh, who has been working for the company as a consultant, as president and chief operating officer, with effect from 15 November.

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US spirits group Castle Brands has announced the appointment of Don Marsh, who has been working for the company as a consultant, as president and chief operating officer, with effect from 15 November.

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