$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 www.areallygoodejob.com).
"A Really Goode Job," which has become an international phenomenon, will pay $10,000 a month for a six-month contract that includes housing in the heart of wine country. Throughout the course of the job the successful applicant will post dispatches about their wine country experiences though social media tools such as Facebook, blogs, internet videos and Twitter as well as traditional media.
The Top 50 are:
Edmund Thralls; Hardy Wallace
Natasha Foy, (Nantucket); Rodney Gagnon; Rocky Slaughter; Ed Wozniak (Jamaica Plain)
Melissa Angio; Leena Trivedi-Grenier
Rick Bakas (Broomfield); Adam Dyer
Los Angeles, California
Daniella Bolzmann (Newport Beach); Casey Boshae, (Sherman Oaks); Frank Gutierrez; Todd Havens; Michael Nielson (Santa Ana); Kamary Phillips; Rachel Reenstra; Carolyn Scott (Glendale)
New York, New York
Richard Boehmcke; Melissa Braverman; Amanda Casgar; Alan Chan; Nicholas Pandolfi (Brooklyn); Laura Schooling; Adam Sjoberg; Stefanie Smith (Brooklyn)
Paso Robles, California
Chris Boicelli; Kris Vera-Phillips
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Francisco, California
Craig Given; Tanya Melillo; Stephanie Quan; Derek Rast
San Jose, California
Alina Brown (Bellingham); Teri Citterman; Eric Hwang (Edmunds); Annie Lee
Taylor Eason; Jennifer Weber
Murphy-Goode Winery will announce its Top 10 Finalists on July 7, then bring them to Healdsburg for fun and interviews from July 17-21. The Murphy-Goode Wine Country Lifestyle Correspondent will be announced on July 21 and will begin work on August 15.
Murphy-Goode is a family-owned winery located in the heart of California's Alexander Valley. The winery motto is: "We take our wines seriously. Ourselves.... not so much." Visit www.murphygoodewinery.com.
SOURCE Murphy-Goode Winery