KISW And Fremont Mischief Unveil Worker's No. 9 Vodka
September 19, 2013 at 10:14 AM (PT)
ENTERCOM COMMUNICATIONS Active Rock KISW/SEATTLE, in partnership with MISCHIEF DISTILLERY in the FREMONT area of SEATTLE, are proud to present Worker's No. 9 Vodka, made for the workingman. With a portion of the net proceeds benefiting the WASHINGTON State Council of Fire Fighters (WSCFF) Benevolent Fund, every sip supports brave men and women who risk their lives every day. The WSCFF’s main focus is to assist firefighters and their families, while its Benevolent Fund also gives money to many organizations that assist residents of WASHINGTON State.
"This new vodka starts at the heart of the Pacific Northwest's working man. A vodka created in the spirit of a true, honest day’s work, and we’re proud to support the brave WASHINGTON State Fire Fighters, who epitomize hard work," says KISW PD DAVE RICHARDS.
"The proud members of the WASHINGTON State Council of Fire Fighters are extremely grateful that KISW and the Fremont Mischief Distillery have chosen us as a partner and beneficiary of a portion of the proceeds from the sales of Worker's No. 9 Vodka. We share the desire to keep it local, build community and take care of each other. It's what the Working Firefighters of the WSCFF do every day" said WSCFF Pres. KELLY FOX.
KISW has a history of spirited giving. Its partnership with Elysian Brewing’s The Mens Room red ale has raised over $300,000 to VA and JBLM Fisher Houses in WASHINGTON. Workers No. 9 Vodka expands that tradition with its support of WSCFF.
For more information about Worker's No. 9, visit www.workersvodka.com.