Erin Ball

last updated 2/27/2018

Erin Carenbauer Ball

Special Projects Manager at Carenbauer's Distributing Corp

1900 Jacob Street, Wheeling, West Virginia, United States
HQ Phone:
(304) 232-3000

General Information


bachelor's degree - journalism , West Virginia University

bachelor's degree - journalism , Wheeling Central Catholic High School

degree - advertising , West Virginia University


Board Member - OVConnect Inc

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Our History - Carenbauer's: Beer Distribution, Wheeling, WV : Carenbauer's: Beer Distribution, Wheeling, WV

In 2003, Erin Carenbauer, daughter to Carl, moved back to Wheeling from Pittsburgh, PA and came on board as the Special Projects Coordinator.
She marks the third generation to join the Carenbauer Distributing Corporation family and now serves as the company's Vice President.

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Erin Carenbauer Ball
Erin holds the position of Special Projects Manager for Carenbauer Distributing Corporation. From her start at Carenbauer Distributing, she has been actively involved with numerous aspects of the company, defining her title of 'Special Projects.' She participates in and oversees sales and marketing, public relations, advertising, and daily operations of the company. She aids in the strategic execution of marketing and public relations activities that inform the community on responsible drinking practices, product benefits, and the company's objectives. Erin is a graduate from West Virginia University with a degree in advertising. She resides in Wheeling with her husband and son.

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"We really just want to keep our roads safe and we really want people to think ahead and its 100 percent preventable to go out and you don't have to drink and drive, get a designated driver or call a cab," Erin Carenbauer, Vice President, Carenbauer Distributing.
Carenbauer Distributing has been sponsoring its Alert Cab program for more than 25 years. They say with people celebrating, some may drink more than they should. While they want everyone to enjoy themselves, they say if you're at a bar and can't drive home, there's another option. "We have about 40 bars and restaurants that participate with us and we spend about $500 a year on cab rides," Carenbauer said. Carenbauer says all you have to do if you're in the area, is to ask the bartender where to get a cab. "It's been running for 26 years and the way it works is that we, along with a participating bar or restaurant, pay for a cab ride home," Carenbauer said. She says the programs has been running strong, and hundreds take advantage of it each year. In the end, she says the reason for doing it is keeping the area safe and secure so everyone can celebrate the new year. "It's just one other way that we try to help out our community," Carenbauer said. This New Years could be a bit busier for the cab drivers. Carenbauer said that since New Year's Eve falls on a Saturday, they expect more people to celebrate tonight and Saturday night.

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