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Talking Rain Appoints Fisher As Chief Financial Officer

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Seattle, Washington-based Talking Rain Beverage Company has appointed Luke Fisher as CFO, effective immediately.

In this role, Fisher will lead the company’s sustainability initiatives and finance, technology and risk management teams, while fulfilling Talking Rain’s mission of “Creating Connections with Every Sip.”

“Luke has played a prominent role in our organization for years,” said Ken Sylvia, CEO at Talking Rain. “I’m excited for Luke as he and his team work to optimize our existing platforms, implement strategies to transform our business, and provide financial leadership to our organization.”  

Since joining Talking Rain in 2013, Fisher has led multiple operational improvement initiatives, resulting in enhanced levels of service to customers, operating efficiencies and improved decision-making leveraging data and analytics. Prior to joining Talking Rain, Fisher served as corporate controller at Icicle Seafoods, where he was responsible for leading the accounting function.

“I am grateful for this opportunity at Talking Rain and am ready to take on new responsibilities as CFO,” Fisher said. “My focus will continue to be driving sustainable growth at Talking Rain, along with overseeing our operating platform, ensuring we are putting forward the best approach to meet the needs of our customers.”

Talking Rain is a Washington-based beverage company. The company’s portfolio of brands includes Sparkling Ice, Sparkling Ice +Caffeine, Sparkling Ice Superfruit and Talking Rain AQA.

To learn more about Talking Rain, visit talkingrain.com.

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