Exclusive: Jack Daniel's Rm No. 7 and the Brown-Forman way
March 12, 2019: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Room No. 7 is a space reserved for creators, tastemakers, and of course, purveyors of fine cocktails.
Room No. 7
Silver Lake (full address provided upon registration)
Los Angeles, California
This private space serves as a meeting point where hospitality, art installation, event production and live entertainment intersect, providing a completely immersive social hub for Jack Daniel's in Los Angeles.
While you enjoy an iconic Tennessee whiskey we'll engage in the broad topic of family business and the specifics of how the Brown family and Brown-Forman have worked together to develop world-class family and corporate governance systems.
With so many cautionary tales in the family business canon, we'll have the unique opportunity to hear about how a 150 year old, 6 generation family business has worked to strike a balance between professional management and family ownership, all with an eye toward securing a sustainable future for the company's shareholder, employees and communities.
Advance registration required. Space is very limited.
Must be 21 or older to participate.
Ernie Patterson (Speaker)
VP, Director of Family Shareholder Relations and Corporate Responsibility, Brown-Forman Corporation
Ernie joined Brown-Forman in June 2009 and is responsible for developing and implementing policies and practices that further strengthen the relationship between Brown-Forman and the Brown family shareholders.
Ernie is the former Head of School of Telluride Mountain School and has earned advanced degrees from University of Chicago Booth, Harvard University, St. John's College and a BS from Rochester Institute of Technology.