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2013-08-19 16:23:33

Music Greats Kid Rock and Montgomery Gentry Team Up to Show Long-Standing Support DEERFIELD, Ill., Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Beam Inc. (NYSE:BEAM), a leading global premium spirits company, teamed up with music superstars Kid Rock and Montgomery Gentry this summer to recognize and support military service members and their families with a $100,000 donation to Operation Homefront. Wounded warriors were invited to participate in two separate check presentations at concerts in...

2013-04-22 12:24:03

Company to receive full LEED certification next month at the new Jim Beam American Stillhouse CLERMONT, Ky., April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to environmental sustainability, Jim Beam, home to the world's No.1-selling bourbon, proudly reports that its efforts raise the bar. As the world recognizes Earth Day, the company is poised to receive full LEED "Gold" certification at its new visitors' center, The Jim Beam American Stillhouse, located on the company's flagship...

2008-07-09 21:00:24

A SUPERMARKET'S own label single malt has beaten several branded whiskies to take an international title. Tesco's 12-year-old Highland Single Malt beat names such as Laphroaig, Glenmorangie, Bowmore and Glenkinchie at the International Wine and Spirit Competition awards. It won the Anglo Overseas Trophy for the best single malt whisky up to 15 years old in the blind tasting. Tesco spokesman Simon Dunn said: "This award will come as a real shock to the whisky industry." (c) 2008...

2008-07-08 15:00:39

By BRIAN DONNELLY A SUPERMARKET'S own label single malt has beaten several branded whiskies to take an international title. Tesco's 12-year-old Highland Single Malt, which sells for GBP15.58, beat names such as Laphroaig, Glenmorangie and Glenkinchie at the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) awards . It won the Anglo Overseas Trophy for the best single malt whisky up to 15 years old in the blind tasting. The competition is run each year and all wines, spirits and...

2008-06-30 09:02:36

Producing programmes for the web may be the latest venture for tech-savvy PROs, but there are pitfalls to avoid. Polly Devaney reports. The age of web TV has finally arrived, according to some commentary Technological advances for broadband connections have brought an end to hours waiting for 'buffering'. Whether it be a 30- second spoof of an ad on YouTube, a brand-sponsored cookery show or a missed episode of a favourite show on a catch-up service, internet users are becoming ever more...