30-year employee of liquor commission named its deputy
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A more than 30-year employee of the New Hampshire Liquor Commission has been named its deputy commissioner.
Nicole Brassard Jordan has served as the commission’s director of marketing, sales, merchandising and distribution for 3 ½ years. She was confirmed by the Executive Council last month.
Jordan joined the commission in 1988 as a retail store clerk, and soon after was promoted to manager of state liquor stores in Bedford and Hooksett. She has worked as a wine merchandizing and marketing specialist and played a role in New Hampshire Wine Week.