The Bad Stuff
The Bad Stuff is a luxury tequila brand committed to excellence and tradition. The recipe, perfected over generations for 93 years and counting, has won awards across several competitions. In a $5 billion global tequila market and a rapidly expanding premium spirits sector, The Bad Stuff believes it's offering exactly what consumers have been searching for.
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Los Angeles, CA
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- January 11, 2021
- May 01, 2021
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CEO, CFO, Chairman and Member of the Board of Directors
Mr. Enenstein is licensed as an attorney in the states of California, New York, and the District of Columbia. As an attorney and entrepreneur, Mr. Enenstein has had significant success in the business arena, including: successfully turning around a software company, later selling it to a Fortune 50 company; co-founding a technology company in the travel space which has successfully closed over $11 million in funding and has a Fortune 10 Company as its first customer; and advising and handling the sale of a Tequila company for ten times EBITDA . Darren Enenstein does not fully dedicate all of his work time to The Bad Stuff Inc. and is also a practicing attorney. He is an active partner in a law firm he founded over ten years ago.
Phillip "Felipe" Soto Mares
President and Director
Mr. Soto Mares earned his Catador (Sommelier) status at La Academia Mexicana del Tequila in Jalisco, Mexico in 2005. Mr. Soto Mares received the designation of Maestro Catador (Master Sommelier) in 2008 by conducting extensive educational tequila tastings, seminars, and being appointed the Director of La Academia Mexicana del Tequila for California, the first designation offered outside of Mexico. Felipe contributes approximately 40 hours a week to The Bad Stuff
Corporate Secretary and Director
Mrs. Enenstein holds a Masters degree in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech. She was then hired as a Manager for McMaster-Carr, a global industrial supply company. After obtaining her MBA from Emory University, Mrs. Enenstein joined GE Capital’s prestigious Capital Markets Group in New York, and then was promoted to the Corporate Finance Group in Los Angeles. Susy contributes approximately 2 hours a week to The Bad Stuff
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