PEMCO's Super-Long-Coffee-Order Contest Names Newest Winners

SEATTLE, April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- PEMCO Insurance today announced the second round of winners from its "Super-Long Coffee Order" promotion with Tully's Coffee. The promotion encourages Tully's customers to nominate their preferred "super-long" coffee orders. PEMCO Insurance donates $1 to Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center for each entry.

The winners from the promotion's third and fourth weeks are Don Godfrey of Seattle and Jenaea Bush of Everett.

Godfrey placed his order at the Seattle Airport Way Tully's location. This master of mixology created the following brew:

Bush's soy and vanilla inspired concoction came to her while ordering her coffee at the Murphy's Corner store in Bothell. She ordered a:

Godfrey and Bush will each take home a $100 Tully's gift card and a Tully's gift bag. At the end of the promotion, PEMCO will make a $10,000 donation to Children's Hospital in all weekly winners' names.

Tully's judged the entries at its corporate headquarters where baristas made and tasted the nominated drinks. Godfrey and Bush's entries prevailed over hundreds of other submitted entries which were judged on creativity, originality and Northwest flare.

Tully's customers can submit their preferred super-long coffee orders at participating Tully's locations or at http://www.tullys.com to qualify for the weekly prizes. The contest will run through June.

PEMCO's promotion with Tully's highlights the "Super-Long Coffee Orderer" character from PEMCO's "We're A Lot Like You. A Little Different." ad campaign, which features a host of quirky, yet recognizable, Northwest profiles.

About PEMCO Insurance

PEMCO Insurance, established in 1949, is a Seattle-based provider of auto, home, boat, life, and umbrella insurance to Washington state residents. PEMCO Insurance is sold by community agents throughout the state and through PEMCO offices. For more information, visit http://www.pemco.com.

SOURCE PEMCO Insurance

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