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Republic National Distributing Company Congratulates CEO Tom Cole for Receiving the Samuel Bronfman Memorial Award

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Award commemorates Bronfman’s legendary professional accomplishments and dedication to improving the lives of others

Grand Prairie, TX, Nov. 3, 2021 – Republic National Distributing Company CEO Tom Cole will be recognized for his professional and philanthropic leadership by UJA-Federation of New York, who will award Cole the Samuel Bronfman Memorial Award. The award was created to commemorate Bronfman’s legendary professional accomplishments and dedication to improving the lives of others.

“I am honored to continue Bronfman’s legacy of service and professionalism and join past honorees in receiving this award,” Cole said. “I am also humbled that UJA, who enriches the lives of millions of people every year around the world and here at home, chose me as a living representation of these values.”

The award will be presented Wednesday, Nov. 3 at UJA’s Wine & Spirits Division Annual Event.  

About Republic National Distributing Company  

RNDC, a world-class distributor of fine wines, spirits and CBD in North America, has operations in the District of Columbia and 37 states across the United States. To learn more, visit www.rndc-usa.com or contact Reace Smith, Vice President, Corporate Communications at [email protected].

About UJA-Federation of New York

Working with a network of hundreds of nonprofits, UJA extends its reach from New York to Israel to nearly 70 other countries around the world, touching the lives of 4.5 million people each year. Every year, UJA allocates approximately $150 million in grants. In addition, to date, UJA has allocated nearly $70 million in emergency funds to help respond to the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Aid has supported New Yorkers facing food insecurity, UJA partner organizations providing essential health and human services to New Yorkers, Jewish Community Centers, low-income students, single parents, and ensuring dignified Jewish burials. For more information, please visit ujafedny.org.

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