Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Finally, a valid reason to drink A LOT of wine

From the The Greg Biffle Foundation:
During March through June of 2009 Benny Parsons's Rendezvous Ridge Vineyard will be donating $5.00 from the price of every bottle of wine sold at their Tasting Room and on their website to The Greg Biffle Foundation.

Benny Parsons and Greg were great friends and Greg participates in many events honoring Benny’s life. The Parsons are long-time animal lovers and big supporters of animal welfare efforts in their community. The Vineyard wanted to find some way to thank Greg and help animals in need and came up with the idea of donating a portion of proceeds to the Foundation.

Located in Western North Carolina between Boone and Wilkesboro in the foothills of both the Blue Ridge Mountains and Brushy Mountains, Rendezvous Ridge Vineyard offers several wine varieties in their Tasting Room and via their webpage. Wines range in price from $14.99 - $24.99. Please consider supporting this Vineyard and The Greg Biffle Foundation with your purchase today! Click here for the link to their on-line store.

The Greg Biffle Foundation was founded in 2005 by Greg and Nicole Biffle to create awareness and serve as an advocate to improve the well-being of animals by engaging the power and passion of the motor sports industry. Financial support for the foundation comes from a variety of sources including individual contributions, NASCAR Pets Calendars, and the sale of various racing and other sports memorabilia. Since its creation, The Greg Biffle Foundation has awarded grants to humane societies and animal shelters from coast to coast. Representing the best interests of the animals and using the full potential of each participant's involvement is the purpose for the Greg Biffle Foundation. Greg and Nicole have three dogs – Foster and his daughter Gracie, a pair of Boxers who are very familiar to race fans across the country. Foster even graced the front of a Milk Bones box in 2004. The latest addition is Savannah, who was rescued from a Georgia shelter.

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