Ciara’s Ten To One Rum Secures $1M Investment From InvestBev Group

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R&B singer-songwriter Ciara, who co-owns Ten To One Rum with founder Marc Farrell, recently accepted a $1 million investment from InvestBev Group. According to The Spirits Business, the Chicago-based private equity firm extended its gift to elevate the brand’s presence in new markets and in the ultra-premium Caribbean rum sector. Founded in 2019, Farrell built an “elevated but not exclusive” brand rooted in Caribbean culture and heritage. As previously reported in Black Enterprise, Ciara joined the Black-owned spirits brand as an investor, co-owner and director in 2021. & View this post on Instagram & A post shared by Ten To One Rum (@tentoonerum) “Marc and his team have built an incredible brand for what we feel is the next hot category,” InvestBev Group founder Brian Rosen said. “Data shows that rum is gaining share monthly, and we are excited to support Ten To One in their growth journey.” According to Farrell, Ten To One has always sought great investors who align with the brand’s aspirations and have the ability to “directly impact those ambitions to build something iconic” with the brand. “Brian and the InvestBev team fit the bill on both fronts, and so we’re thrilled to welcome them to...