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Sage Cellars Grows Team, Recognized For Charitable Efforts

By December 25, 2016Rhode Island, Top News
Danielle Pailiotta, Sales Associate, during an in-store tasting at The Savory Grape in November.

Sage Cellars hired Danielle Pailiotta as a sales associate, adding on to the company’s growing team. Pailiotta is a Rhode Island native with a “passion for food, wine and the service industry.” She will oversee on-and-off premise accounts and promote the Sage Cellars portfolio during events. Pailiotta, who brings beverage industry and bartending experience to her role, joined Sage Cellars in October. In November, Sage Cellars Co-owner Anne Sage was recognized by the Rhode Island Foundation as a “Partner in Philanthropy,” for her 10-year commitment to various non-profit projects with the foundation. The foundation is a “proactive community and philanthropic leader” in offering grants and strategic support to a host of efforts throughout the state.

Danielle Pailiotta, Sales Associate, during an in-store tasting at The Savory Grape in November.

Danielle Pailiotta, Sales Associate, during an in-store tasting at The Savory Grape in November.

Carol Golden, Rhode Island Foundation; Anne Sage, Co-Owner, Sage Cellars; Daniel Kertzner, Rhode Island Foundation; Pam Hewitt, Rhode Island Foundation. Sage was recognized on November 18, National Philanthropy Day, during a breakfast ceremony at Twin River Casino hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Rhode Island Chapter.

Carol Golden, Rhode Island Foundation; Anne Sage, Co-Owner, Sage Cellars; Daniel Kertzner, Rhode Island Foundation; Pam Hewitt, Rhode Island Foundation. Sage was recognized on November 18, National Philanthropy Day, during a breakfast ceremony at Twin River Casino hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Rhode Island Chapter.

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