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Mark Brown to Leave Sazerac, Successor Named

Mark Brown to Leave Sazerac, Successor Named

Big Changes at Sazerac: Mark Brown Announces Step Down

Mark Brown Leaves Behind Impressive Legacy

Sazerac, one of the largest alcoholic beverage companies in the world, has announced a significant announcement. The CEO, Mark Brown, has decided to step down from his position after leading the company for over 10 years. Brown has made incredible contributions to the company, having led Sazerac through an impressive period of growth and success. Under Brown’s leadership, Sazerac grew from a relatively small operation into a global powerhouse. Brown will be remembered as an innovative leader who brought Sazerac to new heights.

New CEO Named: The Future of Sazerac

In the wake of Brown’s decision to step down, Sazerac has named a new CEO. It’s always a big deal when a company replaces its top executive, especially someone of Brown’s stature. Thankfully for Sazerac, the new CEO is an experienced leader with an impressive track record. Brown will be succeeded by Matt Maimone, currently the Vice President of Operations for Sazerac.

A New Era for Sazerac

With Brown’s departure and Maimone’s appointment as the new CEO, Sazerac is entering into a new era. Under Maimone’s leadership, we can expect to see the company continue to innovate and grow. Although Brown’s departure may come as a surprise to some, it’s important to recognize that change is inevitable in any organization. Sazerac has incredible talent throughout the company, and Maimone is the ideal person to lead the company into its next chapter.

In Closing

Brown’s decision to step down is a significant moment in Sazerac’s history. The company will be remembered as one of the most successful in the industry, thanks in no small part to Brown’s leadership. With Maimone at the helm, we can expect to see Sazerac continue to innovate, grow, and thrive. We wish Brown the best in his future endeavors and look forward to seeing what Sazerac accomplishes under Maimone’s leadership.


Dustin is a writer about craft beer and a professional brewer in the city of Chicago. He has written for several magazines and has over a decade of experience in the beer industry. He is currently working on a book about the history of beer in Chicago.

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