In a stunningly brilliant example of shameless promotion on multiple levels, Murphy-Goode winery is hosting a competition to hire a Web 2.0 –savvy wine-lover to become their on-line marketing mouthpiece for 6 months, making around $60 Gs. The job will entail promoting Sonoma County wine country, while also working with Murphy-Goode winemaker David Ready, Jr. to create a new wine.
They’re calling the the competition “A Really Goode Job” and it’s understandably gaining quite a lot of buzz on-line. In fact, Murphy-Goode is already sitting pretty on this deal, as they’ve probably scored way over $60K in media exposure over this and the competition is just now picking up steam.
I’m excited to report that a friend of 1WineDude, Hardy Wallace of Atlanta’s excellent Dirty South Wine blog, is in the running for the Job – and he needs your vote!
I’d be hard-pressed to think of someone better qualified (not to mention better suited) to the job than Hardy. To get the scoop on Hardy’s story and why he’s applying, check out goodetobefirst.com
Hardy’s application vid below, and it’s a classic. Check it out and then head on over to areallygoodejob.com and Vote Dirty!