California, USA – Sheila Jackson and Natasha Mccrea have made history by becoming the first black women to own a whiskey company in California. Their company, named « Jackson McCrea, » aims to bring diversity to the traditionally male-dominated whiskey industry.
The two women have been long-time whiskey enthusiasts and were inspired to start their own company after noticing the lack of diversity in the industry. They wanted to create a whiskey that was not only delicious but also inclusive and representative of all people.
“Representation matters, and we want to bring diversity to the whiskey world,” said Jackson. “We want everyone to feel welcome and included in our company, from whiskey connoisseurs to those who are just starting to explore the world of whiskey.”
“We are thrilled to be the first black women to own a whiskey company in California,” said Mccrea. “We hope that our success inspires other women and people of color to pursue their dreams and break down barriers in their own industries.”
Jackson McCrea has already received widespread support and recognition for their groundbreaking achievement. They have been featured in various media outlets and have received praise from whiskey enthusiasts and industry professionals alike.
For more information on Jackson McCrea and their whiskey blends, visit their website at https://lnkd.in/d982FzNM.