March 10, 2022 Event Overview:
Alcohol is a guarded industry in America, shaped by federal and state laws that vary from border to border dictating how, where and when booze can be bought and consumed. But, as with so many industries, the last two years brought massive change.
Tim Angelillo, one of 250 entrepreneurs on Forbes Next 1000, took disruption and created opportunity. Hear his founder’s story and take part in the evolution of the alcohol supply chain!
Join us at the Color Club, a new gathering space for Chicago’s creative community in a historic Irving Park setting. First built by the International Order of Vikings in 1922 and then cared for since the 1950s by the Chicago Latvian Association, this unique property now provides studio space to 10 working artists and hosts two commercial art galleries.
6:00PM – 6:30PM
Welcome and Networking
6:30PM – 7:15PM
Sourced Craft Cocktails: Delivered!
7:15PM – 7:30PM
Sourced Craft Cocktails: Mixology!
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Tim Angelillo is the founder-CEO of Source Craft Cocktails, a craft cocktail home delivery service, that is currently available in 10 U.S. cities. The Austin-based company services over 900,000 consumers daily and during the Covid-19 pandemic, Angelillo created “Sourced Socials” virtual happy hour events to entice enterprise clients including Tinder and Grubhub.
All funds collected will support the CSCMP Chicago Roundtable mission of “To lead the supply chain profession by connecting, developing, and educating the world’s logistics and supply chain management professionals throughout their careers”
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