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2013-04-09 16:24:03

Virginia woman founded a non-profit to assist families of critically ill children HEALDSBURG, Calif., April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Murphy-Goode Winery has selected Rachel Reynolds of Ashland, Va., as its "A Few Goode Heroes" contest winner for the month of March. Reynolds and her husband, Roger, founded CJ's Thumbs Up Foundation (CJSTUF), a non-profit that provides financial assistance and healthy, in-hospital meals to the families of critically ill children. The organization was...

2013-02-04 12:20:58

HEALDSBURG, Calif., Feb. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Murphy-Goode Winery has selected Capt. Robert Phillips of Langley, Va., as its "A Few Goode Heroes" contest winner for the month of January. As Hero of the Month, Phillips will receive a $1,000 donation in his name to the Fisher House Foundation, the charity of his choice. In addition, Murphy-Goode will give a matching grant to its non-profit partner, Operation Homefront, the national organization that provides emergency financial assistance to...

2011-09-27 08:05:00

SANTA ROSA, Calif. and ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Murphy-Goode Winery today announced a new holiday partnership with Operation Homefront, the national nonprofit that provides emergency assistance to families of service members and wounded warriors. As part of Murphy-Goode's "Give Goode. Do Goode." holiday promotion, the winery will make a financial contribution and provide other in-kind support to Operation Homefront and its programs across the country. In addition,...

2009-06-26 04:00:00

$10,000 per month for wine social media gig HEALDSBURG, Calif., June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The list of candidates for Murphy-Goode Winery's "A Really Goode Job" Wine Country Lifestyle Correspondent narrowed today from nearly 2,000 applicants to a Final 50--hailing from Los Angeles to Mars (Pennsylvania, that is). The Top 50 job seekers represent an incredible talent pool of social media experts who share a passion for wine. (Their video applications can be viewed at...

2009-04-22 13:24:00

"REALLY GOODE JOB" Pays $10,000 per month for wine country gig HEALDSBURG, Calif., April 22 - In these tumultuous economic times, finding a good job is really tough. The Murphy-Goode Winery has a "Really Goode Job" for the right person. The Sonoma County winery is looking for an outgoing, web-savvy, articulate communicator to tell the story of the great mountain vines and artisan winemakers of California, tasting the "goode" stuff and experiencing the unique Sonoma wine country. "A Really...