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Charles M. Storey

Investment Analyst

Cabot Properties Inc.

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Cabot Properties Inc.

One Beacon Street Suite 1700

Boston, Massachusetts,02108

United States

Company Description

Cabot Properties is a private equity real estate investment firm. The firm is a leading investor, developer and operator of industrial properties throughout North America and the United Kingdom. Formed in 1986, Cabot has invested $7 billion in industrial real ...more

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Harpoon Brewery Names New President | Brewbound.com

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Charlie Storey will takeover as Harpoon's new president
Harpoon Brewery today announced it will promote Charlie Storey, the Boston-based company's current vice president of marketing, to the position of president. Storey, who joined the company in 1996, will oversee marketing, retail and festival initiatives and also manage the brewery's distribution arm. In addition, Storey will assist Harpoon co-founder and CEO, Daniel Kenary, with strategy and business development, the statement said. "I believe Harpoon, and the craft beer segment in general, has tremendous opportunity for growth and will continue to be a driver in how U.S. consumers perceive beer," Storey said in a press statement.


Contact Us | 15th Annual Harpoon 5-Miler to benefit The Angel Fund

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Harpoon to Boost Distribution Beyond Own Brands | Brewbound.com

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Harpoon president Charlie Storey told Brewound that it had the room in its warehouse and the space on the company's delivery trucks to enable the company to explore a more fully-developed distribution division.
"As we were looking at 2015, we had unused capacity and the bandwidth to handle other brands," he said. "We had been having a conversation with Speakeasy for about 12 months and, when it eventually turned to distribution opportunities in Boston, we felt that the brands would be somewhat complementary." The hope, Storey said, is that a broader portfolio of craft offerings will give Harpoon an opportunity to deepen its retail base. "We want to be able to provide 'best in class' service and a laser-like focus to the metropolitan Boston retail accounts," he said. "We think that we can stay true to that goal by adding additional brands." Storey described the decision to expand as "tactical." "We do have these assets - warehouse space, trucks, entry systems. They are all built," he said. Within the territory (which extends north to Stoneham and South to Weymouth), Harpoon Distributing delivered about 20 percent of the 200,000 barrels the brewery produced in 2014, Storey said. That inventory, as well as product from the company's new craft brands, is stored at Harpoon's brewing facility in the seaport district of Boston. Harpoon Distributing currently employees about two dozen people, Storey said, and additional investments in personnel and infrastructure are not currently expected. And while specific volume goals have not been determined, Storey said the company will look to sign agreements with as many as five craft beer companies this year. "We are the unconventional option," he said. "Everyone knows that the Harpoon Distributing Company is deeply associated with the Harpoon brand. However, while the Harpoon brand has a great fit with a lot of consumers and retailers in Boston, it doesn't fit with everyone." Harpoon Distributing will primarily target new-to-Boston brands, Storey said, adding, "if a brand became available that seemed to be the right fit, that would be a possibility as well." "Even though we are under-gunned when it comes to the logistical horsepower that other guys might have, we view ourselves as a small, entrepreneurial company that is passionate about what we do," he added.


Harpoon's newest brew offers up a taste of the Charles River « Charles River Conservancy

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Charlie Storey, president of Harpoon, said the company was receptive to the recipe from the start because it tied together a host of things that are important to Harpoon: relying on local water resources, tapping into the community, and partnering with innovative companies.
"It didn't take a long time to get to yes for this one," Storey said. "But it's unique to source the water the way it's been sourced." Storey said people shouldn't be hesitant to try Charles River Pale Ale. "We wouldn't put something into a glass with Desalitech's name on it - or our name [on] it - that would be anything short of a delicious or pure beer," Storey said.


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