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Shannon Ridge Promotes Own to Public Relations and Hospitality Manager

Lake County, CA – Shannon Ridge Family of Wines has announced the promotion of Audrey Shannon to Public Relations and Hospitality Manager, effective immediately.

“All of us at Shannon Ridge are so impressed with Audrey ” said Chris Baker, Chief Operating Officer for Shannon Ridge Family of Wines. " It is with great pleasure we move her into a more important role within the company. She has taken on increasingly greater levels of responsibility and performed beyond our expectations. Her tireless work ethic and willingness to get things accomplished has earned her this newly created position"
Audrey has worked for the family business from a young age. Prior to this promotion, she was the Tasting Room Manager for Shannon Ridge Family of Wines honing her hospitality skills by building the wine club and assisting in sales and marketing efforts. Before devoting herself full time into the family business, Audrey ran a successful Salon in Chico Ca , and was Marketing Manager at for 2 years.

"This is what I have always wanted to do. Why would you not want to be part of a successful family wine business ?" said Shannon. " I believe in this company and want to share my passion about Shannon Ridge Family of Wines and Lake County as a Growing Region. We are honest, hardworking people. We have great quality wines at a value all can afford, we work to protect our environment of years to come and have fun doing it "

In her new position, Shannon will be responsible for all marketing and hospitality communications nationally for Shannon Ridge Family of Wines.

About Shannon Ridge Family of Wines

The Shannon family is committed to preserving their land, not only for the great vineyard sites but also for the bear, elk, mountain lions, eagles and other creatures which live there. Of their approximately 1,850 acres, only about 35% have been converted to vineyards. The balance of the land has been preserved for the wildlife which wanders through the property from the expansive wilderness areas adjoining the ranches. The vineyards were carefully planned out, leaving corridors open to migrating animals and protecting sensitive nesting areas.