#KEM BD Services: Staying warm in Blizzard of 2016 with the Spirit of Boston “Whiskies”

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Whiskey Trio

Photo Credit BHD: Spirit of Boston Whiskey inspired from Boston Beer Company & BHD connection

As #KEM weathers the Blizzard of 2016 in Washington D.C, we are staying warm with the Spirit of Boston “Whiskies”.

We are proud of our amazing partner and friend Rhonda Kallman, Founder & CEO at Boston Harbor Distillery (BHD), as she introduces BHD’s first edition of their Spirit of Boston Whiskey varieties inspired by their treasured connection between the Boston Beer Company and Boston Harbor Distillery.

#KEM had the honor with other key partners, such as Noe Landini , the Colonial Spirits Group, and Michael Perez, CEO of aXseum Solutions to experience BHD’s remarkable innovation of turning unique, high- quality brews into multi-layered whiskies with our friends over a delicious meal at CXIII REX.   

#KEM continues to cultivate our commercial and Aerospace & Defense network with committed, passionate, and proven leaders.

Freedom Favors the Bold, Rhonda Kallman and BHD Team.  Cheers from #KEM!  We are grateful to be on this road together.


Ken Miller (KEM), Michael Perez (aXseum) & Lauren Longwell (KEM)


Rhonda Kallman & Tom Pritchard (BHD)


BHD, Colonial Spirits Group, aXseum Solutions & KEM at CXIII REX



#KEM Global Market News: Whiskey, Middle East & Putin


  • Cheers to our Partner’s Success!  Boston Harbor Distillery Ribbon Cutting 
  • Emerging Defense Trends – $110 billion in Middle East Opportunities
  • Recommended Thought Leadership – Putin & Russian Literature with our friend ADM Stavridis


All roads – even KEM’s Washington D.C. road – leads to Boston Harbor Distillery!  

Congratulations to our partners at BHD on this successful journey & Ribbon Cutting.  CHEERS!

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The Middle East is likely to present $110 billion in military-export opportunities in the coming decade per Check out the latest #KEM Defense Trends:–60bn-by-2020-594944.html

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The Gulf kingdom is forecast to boost its arms budget to $60 billion by 2020 from a current level of $49 billion, following a slowdown in the short-term caused by the lower price of oil, reported Bloomberg which cited the study.

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Insightful thought from Ken Miller’s (CEO of KEM) friend, retired ADMIRAL Stavridis, that Russia’s great authors put the country’s aggression in context better than an intel briefing:

What Russian Literature Tells Us About Vladimir Putin’s World

What Russian Literature Tells Us About Vladimir Putin’s World

James Stavridis is a retired four-star U.S. Navy admiral who serves today as the dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.

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