WIld Turkey Master Distiller Jimmy Russell, left, and the CEO of the distillery's owner, Gruppo Campari's Bob Kunze-Concewitz, talked at the opening of the packaging facility in 2013. U.S. sales were up less than 1 percent partly on soft demand for Wild Turkey.
WIld Turkey Master Distiller Jimmy Russell, left, and the CEO of the distillery's owner, Gruppo Campari's Bob Kunze-Concewitz, talked at the opening of the packaging facility in 2013. U.S. sales were up less than 1 percent partly on soft demand for Wild Turkey. Herald-Leader
WIld Turkey Master Distiller Jimmy Russell, left, and the CEO of the distillery's owner, Gruppo Campari's Bob Kunze-Concewitz, talked at the opening of the packaging facility in 2013. U.S. sales were up less than 1 percent partly on soft demand for Wild Turkey. Herald-Leader

Wild Turkey parent Campari reports modest annual sales growth

March 10, 2015 11:18 AM

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