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Meet the winner of our "Year of Wine & Wild Salmon" contest

Monday, December 12, 2011

Jessica Rohde, a graduate student at University of Washington, is the winner of our "Year of Wine & Wild Salmon" contest. Throughout the fall, wine lovers and river conservation and native fish advocates from across the country pledged to sip Salmon-Safe wine and choose wild instead of farmed fish. Jessica's winning Twitter pledge was randomly selected from among them. It turns out that Jessica knows something about salmon herself. She's a student at UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, studying salmon migration. Follow Jessica on Twitter at @RockyRohde.

Jessica will receive a one year membership in the King Estate Tower Club including shipments of wine and other perks plus a year's supply of wild salmon delivered to her door. 

Want to know more about the prize that Jessica will enjoy? View the Salmon-Safe wine list and learn about the campaign to Save Bristol Bay from the Pebble Mine. The contest ended December 1,  2011, at 11:59PM. 

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