A veteran of more than 25 years in the wine and spirits industry, Jeffrey M. Fallon serves as Managing Partner of JMJ C&B; LLC. In this capacity, Jeffrey M. Fallon provides competitive business analyses and fills in as acting VP of National Sales and Marketing. Jeffrey M. Fallon also consults with The Charmer Sunbelt Group in New York and Connecticut. His duties in consulting include, developing business plans, and structuring commercial transactions.
Among his colleagues and clients, Jeffrey M. Fallon holds a high reputation for implanting ideas at all levels with suppliers and wholesalers around the world. A graduate of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Jeffrey M. Fallon earned a B.S. in Marketing. He also participated in Dale Carnegie Training Sales Management Training and Communispond Executive Communication Coaching. In addition, Jeffrey M. Fallon gained insights from Heublein, Inc. Sales and Executive Training.
Jeffrey M. Fallon spent a considerable amount of time with Boisset America (now Boisset Family Estates) and Marie Brizard Wine & Spirits, USA. Over the course of 17 years, Jeffrey M. Fallon rose to the position of Vice President and Division Manager. He earned a reputation as a top performer who built strong relationships with wholesale executive and sales teams throughout the United States. Eventually, Jeffrey M. Fallon trained regional sales teams. Jeffrey M. Fallon maintained memberships in Le Clef du Sommelier and Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, the New York and New Jersey retailer associations, and New Jersey Municipal Planning Board. Committed to giving back to his community, Jeffrey M. Fallon also served as a coach for his local soccer and VP baseball little league.
A fan of cooking, traveling, and sampling fine wines, Jeffrey M. Fallon also enjoys surfing, jogging, golfing, and playing racquetball. Several charities benefit from Jeffrey M. Fallon’s support, including Leukemia Research Foundation and National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. For recreational reading, Jeffrey M. Fallon favors books by John Grisham, Philip Roth, John Updike, and Frank Delaney.