Viewing page 436 of 516



Seagram Distillers Company has announced the appointment of Gregory M. Glore as regional director for Ohio. He has been the company's Ohio state manager for the past year.

Seagram Distrillers Company markets Seagram's 7 Crown, Seagram's V.O., Crown Royal, The Glenlivet Scotch, Seagram's Extra Dry Gin, Wolfschmidt Vodka, Myers's Rums, and Myers's Original Rum Cream.

Mr. Glore has had a succession of steadily expanding executive responsibilities since joining Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc., in 1976 as a management trainee. The following year he was assigned to Seagram Distrillers Company as assistant operations manager in the Southern division. He was promoted to assistant Western Upstate New York manager, then Eastern division senior brand manager, and assistant Metro New York manager, before being named Ohio state manager.

As regional director for Ohio, Mr. Glore coordinates all Seagram Distrillers sales and marketing functions in the state of Ohio, including a 15-person sales and office force, and is the company's representative to the Ohio Department of Liquor Control.

A native of St. Louis, Mo., and a graduate of St. Benedict's College in Atchinson, KS., Mr. Glore lives in Cleveland.

He is active in the United Negro College Fund and the NAACP in Cleveland. He is also a member of the National Association of Market Developers. He has been a board member of the Urban League in Buffalo, N.Y., and Tampa, Fla., and the Suncoast Business Management Corp. in Tampa.



KANSAS CITY, MO (March 28, 1983)
–The American Nurses' Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Johnnie A. Moore to the association's administrative staff, effective April 4, 1983. He will serve as director of the ANA Division of Marketing and Public Information.

Mr Moore will coordinate the activities of staff in the Publishing, Marketing, Conventions and Conferences units, and the Office of Information. Under his direction, staff will produce ANA publications, provide marketing services, manage conventions, conferences, and organizational unit meetings, and coordinate information management and public public relations activities.

Since 1979, Mr. Moore has served as public affairs officer for the United States Office of Personnel Management (formerly U.S. Civil Service Commission), Washington, D.C. As public affairs officer, he directed the Media Services Division, served as agency spokesperson, coordinated exhibits and convention representation, special projects and photographic activities, and managed the agency's institutional advertising program. From 1980 to 1982, on loan to Bowie State College, Bowie, Maryland, as assistant to the president for public affairs, he designed and implemented a communications and public affairs program for the college.

Mr. Moore joined the U.S. Civil Service Commission in 1967 as public information officer, leaving the post of regional public information officer, U.S. Department of Labor, Chicago, Illinois. He is a former executive director of the Insurance Association, Chicago, and served as public information specialist for the President's Committee on Government Contracts, Washington, D.C.

From November 1963 to 1967, Mr. Moore was managing editor for the International Personnel Management Association, Chicago. He served as night editor of the Chicago Daily Defender; bureau editor and feature writer, Journal and Guide newspapers, Norfolk, Virginia; and managing editor and associate general manager, Dallas Star-Post newspapers.

During active duty in the United States Air Force as a commissioned officer, Mr. Moore held assignments as a squadron commander, operations and training officer and public information officer. He holds a bachelor of science degree in commercial industries from Tuskegee Institute, Alabama and has pursued a graduate study in community organization at George Williams College.

Mr. Moore is activein many national organizations and groups, including the International Communications Association, Public Relations Society of America, National Press Club, and is a past president of the Capital Press Club. He is a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, National Urban League, and a life member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

A recipient of the Image Maker Award of the National Association of Media Women, Mr. Moore also received the Commissioners' Special Citation for exceptional achievement from the U.S. Civil Service Commission. He has been cited in Who's Who in Government, Who's Who in the East, Who's Who Among Black Americans, and Community Leaders and Noteworthy Americans.

Patricia M. Wiley, DeKuyper Marketing Group Director, displays the lastest flavor, Apple Barrel Schnapps, along with the casecard promoting it.

Please note that the language and terminology used in this collection reflects the context and culture of the time of its creation, and may include culturally sensitive information. As an historical document, its contents may be at odds with contemporary views and terminology. The information within this collection does not reflect the views of the Smithsonian Institution, but is available in its original form to facilitate research. For questions or comments regarding sensitive content, access, and use related to this collection, please contact