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Snooth's new guy: Adam Levin

Posted by Philip James, Aug 4, 2008.

Adam joined us today and will be managing a lot of our business development and relationships with the industry (wineries, retailers, distributors etc). We dont really use titles here, but we'll come up with something relevant (and then tack on some ninja sounding title to add balance with the rest of our mock titles:

Anyway, Adam comes from the industry, having most recently worked at a wine distributor in San Francisco. He's also a Cornell Hotel School grad, so clearly knows the business side of wine.

Please join me in welcoming him to Snooth (and I'll prod him to drop by and say hi once we get his mac up and running!)


Reply by Mark Angelillo, Aug 4, 2008.

Very glad to have Adam aboard! This is another great step for Snooth as we roll up our sleeves for the coming months.

Reply by Chris Carpita, Aug 4, 2008.

I must say we were very lucky to find Adam. We're going to accomplish some great things with the fantastic five!

Reply by JustinYao, Aug 4, 2008.

Welcome Adam, it's so great to have you here!

Reply by Adam Levin, Aug 4, 2008.

It's great to be here. I'm very excited to work with the industry and get wineries, retailers, and distributors/importers involved with Snooth. Together we are going to grow your wine sales and increase your exposure to consumers.

I just saw Kung-Fu Panda so I've got a few ideas fermenting for my ninja title. More on that later.

Reply by andrew, Aug 4, 2008.

Glad to hear that the Snooth team keeps growing!

Reply by WineGent, Aug 5, 2008.

Welcome aboard Adam! I spent 3 wonderful summers at Cornell on Thurston Ave. Most of which I ate like a king at the dining hall enjoying the fabulous food they prepare during the summer in conjunction with the Hotel and food management program....

Look forward to chatting with you! Gerry WineGent

Reply by John Andrews, Aug 6, 2008.

Hey Adam ... congrats ... I can't think of a better job that being at Snooth. I wish I had one but then I'd have to move away from the California Wine Country which could be a problem.

Reply by Adam Levin, Aug 6, 2008.

Summer is definitely the best time to be in Ithaca. It really is a special place.

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