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Barefoot’s Support of the LGBTQ Community.
At Barefoot Wine, we live by the footprint we leave behind - whether we tread lighter on the beach or walk beside our friends. We believe every footprint is the same, no matter who you are or whom you love. This year, as PRIDE continues around the country, we look back at the footprints we've made with the LGBTQ community with nothing but PRIDE.
At Barefoot Wines, we are proud of our history of support for the LGBTQ community. Here are just a few highlights of our commitment to the cause of LGBTQ equality.
Tammy Baldwin becomes the first openly gay person elected to the Senate.
GLAAD and McCann Worldgroup present Barefoot with the 2012 AdColor Awards “Advocate Award”.
Barefoot celebrates the first ever World Pride in North America (Toronto) by being the official Wine and Bubbly sponsor.
The Supreme Court of the United States rules that states cannot ban same-sex marriages.
To celebrate the 2015 Marriage Recognition Act, Barefoot Ambassador Randy Arnold and other members of the LGBTQ community tell their stories to the Huffington Post.
Named to the Human Rights Campaign’s “Best Places to Work” list as part of their Corporate Equality Index.
Police raid The Stonewall Inn in New York City, and the protests that follow become the beginning of the LGBTQ civil rights movement in the U.S.
In Ann Arbor, MI, Kathy Kozachenko becomes the first openly LGBTQ American elected to public office winning a seat on the City Council.
Harvey Milk wins election as a San Francisco city supervisor making him the first openly gay man elected to public office in California’s history.
Wisconsin becomes the first state to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Barefoot makes its first donation to LGBTQ charities by supporting the Golden Gate Business Association of San Francisco.
Barefoot hires openly gay Randy Arnold as the brand’s first “Barefooter,” and he continues to bring Barefoot’s support to the LGBTQ community.