Jan. 10, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Heroes come in all forms, from the decorated military veteran to the caring grandparent to the food bank volunteer. Murphy-Goode invites you to salute the hero in your life with the "A Few Goode Heroes" contest. Now through May, visit the Murphy-Goode Facebook page at facebook.com/MurphyGoodeWinery to nominate the person you feel best exemplifies altruism, leadership, self-sacrifice or positive influence. Each month, Murphy-Goode will choose a winner to receive a
donation to his or her favorite non-profit and make a matching gift to our charity partner, Operation Homefront, the national organization that provides emergency financial assistance to military families.
In June, Murphy-Goode will review the monthly winners and choose a grand prize winner to receive an exciting
Fourth of July
barbecue in his or her hometown, hosted by Murphy-Goode.
"A Few Goode Heroes is a fun way to thank a special person in your life and support a good cause," said
David Ready, Jr.
, winemaker for Murphy-Goode. "My own personal hero was my dad, who inspired me to pursue winemaking. He also served in the military, so he was a hero for others as well."
Murphy-Goode has long sought to recognize heroes. Since Fall 2011, the winery has partnered with Operation Homefront to support military families in need. Murphy-Goode has donated more than
to the cause on behalf of the winery and its fans.
For more information on A Few Goode Heroes, visit murphygoodewinery.com or facebook.com/MurphyGoodeWinery. Must be 21 or older to participate.
ABOUT MURPHY GOODE WINERY
Located in the beautiful and acclaimed Alexander Valley region of
, Murphy-Goode is a family-owned winery known for award-winning
wines from Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay to Pinot Noir, Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon. Founded by
David Ready, Sr.
in 1985 and now part of Jackson Family Wines, Murphy-Goode believes in great wines and good times with family and friends. The winery is proud to support Operation Homefront and its work with wounded warriors and the families of service members.
SOURCE Murphy-Goode Winery