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Integrated Beverage Group Hires New CEO McMillian

Shawn McMillian

Denver, Colorado-based Integrated Beverage Group has appointed Shawn McMillian as CEO. He brings an extensive leadership background in the consumer-packaged goods and beverage industry.

Along with McMillian, IBG has also added to its team CFO Jason Mangone with his experience in strategic corporate finance. The new hires will be focused on maintaining IBG’s brands that offer wine and beverage solutions to partners and consumers.

McMillian joins IBG from Accelerate360, where he served as EVP. He has more than 25 years of executive leadership experience in the consumer-packaged goods industry and 16 years in the beverage industry at Coors Brewing Company and in the Coca-Cola system. At IBG, McMillian’s strong vision and strategic leadership will be instrumental in guiding the company forward.

“IBG has established itself as a strong leader in the wine and spirits space. Their consumer insights and data driven approach to innovation, and commitment to purity and ingredient transparency in the adult beverage category is truly impressive. I look forward to building upon their success and continuing to grow these great brands,” McMillian said.

Prior to joining IBG, Mangone served as the CFO for Custom Made Meals and before that at Flo Water. He has more than 25 years of experience in managing corporate finance.

“As an organization IBG values passionate innovators focused on quality and product purity, through joining this team I will be adding my extensive experience to support this important company mission,” Mangone said.

Integrated Beverage Group is known for delivering handcrafted wines and spirits with extraordinary value. Founded in 2015, IBG focuses on quality throughout the entire supply chain with its portfolio of wines certified by the Clean Label Project.

With proprietary winemaking technology and a sales and marketing platform, IBG creates accessible wine brands including Duck Pond Cellars, Great Oregon Wine Company, Lifevine, Ransom Wine Co., Rascal, Lil’ Rascal cans, Replica and Swing Set and spirits from the Ransom Distillery.

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