As an industry leader, Southern Glazer’s leverages its diverse team of talented people, geographic reach, and second-to-none market intelligence to provide the most efficient and effective service for its thousands of suppliers and hundreds of thousands of customers. However, it’s not just about serving world-class wine and spirits. The company is committed to serving people and communities where it operates by giving back and making a difference.
That is the driving force behind its role as host of the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One, which has raised more than $34 million for FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management and the Southern Wine & Spirits Beverage Management Center.
“Besides being one of the premier food and wine festivals in the nation, the event has helped to enable the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at FIU to maintain its reputation as one of the top hospitality programs in the U.S.,” said Southern Glazer’s Chief Executive Officer, Wayne Chaplin. “We remain committed to the education of the hospitality industry’s future leaders and want to continue to do our part to provide them with an exceptional learning experience.”
Southern Glazer’s commitment to hospitality education also includes investing in its own people to produce the most highly trained workforce in the industry. The company currently has more certified wine experts than any other North American wine and spirits distributor. Its employees have successfully completed more than 13,400 wine, sake and spirits education programs, from introductory to master-level achievements.
Southern Glazer’s urges all retail customers and adult consumers to market, sell, serve, and enjoy its products responsibly.
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