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Moobuzz Wines Launches 3rd Annual Turkey Drive


Sonoma, Calif. (Oct. 1, 2019) – Moobuzz Wines from 3 Badge Beverage Corporation has launched its third annual Turkey Drive, running through October 31. For this national program, “Gather Together, Give Back,” every case of Moobuzz wine sold means one pound of turkey donated to local food banks across the country feeding those in need this Thanksgiving.

Moobuzz introduced the Turkey Drive in 2017, donating turkeys to feed more than 20,000 people across the country around Thanksgiving. The 2018 drive was even larger, feeding over 31,000 people. This year, the goal is to surpass the success of previous drives and donate turkeys to feed more than 31,000 people. One in five people in America go hungry every day and Moobuzz wants to make a difference for hungry families on the most thankful day of the year.

“It’s important to consider those who are less fortunate,” said August Sebastiani, president of 3 Badge Beverage Corporation. “This program focuses on providing Thanksgiving turkeys for those in need. We are very pleased with how well it has worked the past two years, and we look forward to exceeding last year’s total number of people fed.”

The Moobuzz wine portfolio includes Paso Robles Pinot Grigio, Monterey Chardonnay, Monterey Pinot Noir, Central Coast Grenache Syrah Mourvèdre and Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon. All of these wines will contribute to the Turkey Drive, which runs through October. Moobuzz wines are nationally distributed.

3 Badge Beverage Corporation is based in Sonoma, California, and was founded in 2009 by August Sebastiani. The company offers a diverse collection of everyday luxury wines, and its mission is to over-deliver on quality and value. In addition to Moobuzz, the company also makes Leese-Fitch, Plungerhead, Gehricke, Cedar + Salmon and The White Knight. 3 Badge Beverage Corporation is located at 32 Patten Street, Sonoma, CA 95476. Additional information is located at 3badge.com.

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