Hank Keller Death – A Dallas, Texas renowned business owner and founder of Rosé All Day rose wine has tragically passed away. Hanks died unexpectedly last week following a medical emergency. Hank Keller was the owner and founder of Hank Keller Companies in Dallas, Texas. The tragic incident occurred last week, according to a close family friend.
Hank Keller was a multidimensional, multi-award winning entrepreneur with a wealth of knowledge in the food & beverage, hospitality, and entertainment sectors. For several successful businesses, including the Lights All Night music festival series, the Highland Concerts event planning and promotional organization, the Rosé All Day wine brand, and associated event operations, he has demonstrated excellence in capital raising, brand marketing, and operational efficiency.
Hank has also raised millions of dollars for businesses in the oil and gas, real estate, entertainment, and hospitality sectors through his Texas Capital Finders company. Hank is a registered finder with the Texas State Securities Board.
Hank has been recognized for his accomplishments by being included twice in the Empact Showcase’s Empact100 List. This exclusive list is released annually and honors the best 100 American entrepreneurs under the age of 35. The Impact Showcase, which was established in 2011, honors young entrepreneurs who have achieved success. Recognition events for the program have taken place at the US Chamber of Commerce, the United Nations, and the White House.
Hank had a key role in the 2017 wine brand launch of Rosé All Day. Taking advantage of the trendiness of the hashtag #RoséAllDay on social media, he registered the trademark in the US, Canada, and EU and collaborated with Biagio Cru to promote and distribute the product internationally.
Rosé All Day is currently stocked in thousands of locations across the globe and has been highlighted in several magazines, including Marie Claire, Redbook, Town & Country, and Refinery29. Together with Rosé All Day, Hank founded RAD Event Holdings, an organization dedicated to organizing and promoting Rosé-themed events. Over 30 million digital impressions of the inaugural Rosé All Day wine event, which took place in Dallas in 2017, were generated by national media publications like The Zoe Report, Elite Daily, and Cosmopolitan.
He was a proud alum of Louisiana State University and Highland Park High School. The cause of his death was not immediately confirmed.