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Washington Wine Industry Foundation Party and Auction
February 8 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm$100
KENNEWICK, Wash. – The Washington Wine Industry Foundation will host its biggest fundraiser of the year — the annual Party + Auction on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
Attendees will rub shoulders with more than 300 Washington wine industry leaders and lovers while enjoying a reception-style dinner, hosted wine from some of our state’s premier wineries, the opportunity to BYOWine to share, fantastic silent and live auctions, and great entertainment.
Sponsorships are available, and auction item donations are appreciated! Visit www.washingtonwinefoundation.org for details.
Tickets will go on sale mid-November and will be $100 per person or $1,250 for a reserved table of 10 through Jan. 13. (Prices increase to $125 and $1,500 respectively after Jan. 13.)
All proceeds from the event will support WWIF’s mission to strengthen the future of Washington’s wine industry. We do that by working with industry leaders to identify opportunities to improve and challenges to overcome, and by bringing together stakeholders and partners to create and communicate sustainable solutions that keep our industry thriving. For example, since inception the Foundation has…
- Awarded $192,900 in scholarships to 150 students pursuing wine-related degrees at Washington state schools;
- Received $2,293,046 in Federal and state grants to tackle projects addressing industry challenges including risk management, sustainability best practices, health and safety training, integrated pest management, harmonizing clean plant protocols, and more.
These are just a few of the foundation’s activities, which are made possible thanks to the generous support of our donors and partners — industry leaders who understand the importance of investing in the future of Washington’s wine industry.
Learn more at www.washingtonwinefoundation.org.