Wyoming Whiskey Hires Frank Sacca as Vice President and National Sales Director


Sacca tapped to lead national expansion

Kirby, Wyo. (April 13, 2015) -Wyoming Whiskey, maker of award-winning small batch bourbon, has hired Frank Sacca as its Vice President and first-ever National Sales Director. Sacca has been hand selected to lead the charge toward rapid national expansion in 2015.

Sacca has over 25 years of experience in the spirits industry. He began his career in a family-owned retail business in New York. After a few years with Charmer Industries in his early career, he joined William Grant & Sons where he worked as Midwest Regional Manager and Division Vice President for 21 years. For the past six years, Sacca held the title of Division Vice President at Proximo Spirits, a company well known as the importer and distributer of Jose Cuervo, where he managed a team of talented sales professionals across multiple markets.

“Frank’s accomplishments are visible in the marketplace,” said David DeFazio, co-founder of Wyoming Whiskey. “He has an impressive track record launching innovative brands and line extensions. His knowledge and experience make him a valuable addition to our team and we are confident that he will bring our vision of successful national distribution to fruition.”

Frank will work full-time for Wyoming Whiskey from just outside Chicago, Illinois where he resides with his wife Amy, and two children, Nicholas and Rachel. 

“I am proud to join the close-knit family at Wyoming Whiskey. I am eager to grow awareness and distribution of this one-of-a-kind bourbon and propel this young, passionate, and authentic brand to the next level,” said Sacca.

Sacca will oversee the efforts of Tim Harland, Western Regional Sales Manager, and a soon-to-be-announced Eastern Regional Sales Manager.

About Wyoming Whiskey

Based in Kirby, Wyoming, Wyoming Whiskey has a simple goal: to create America’s next great bourbon. The company and product is a collaboration between its partners and 97,818 square miles of Wyoming. The Mead family first came to Wyoming as ranchers in 1890 and the state defines them, and their whiskey. They use the finest corn, wheat, barley, and water from the Big Horn Basin and promote Wyoming’s natural and human resources. Every drop of this bourbon is 100% Wyoming. To learn more, visit http://www.wyomingwhiskey.com.

Lauren Fallert
Verde Brand Communications