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Winner is getting her Dos today

Kathy Ithurburn of Sacramento is congratulated by Bobby Coyote, owner of Dos Coyotes restaurants, as the winner of a $5,000 trip to Santa Fe, N.M., to experience the Southwestern cuisine that inspired the restaurants. Courtesy photo

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Sacramento resident Kathy Ithurburn is the winner of Dos Coyotes’ “Southwest Sweepstakes” — a trip to Santa Fe, N.M., to experience the Southwestern cuisine that inspired Dos Coyotes.

“I couldn’t be more excited,” Ithurburn said. “I love Dos Coyotes and am thrilled to explore the city and culture that inspired the restaurant.”

The five-day/four-night trip — sponsored by Dos Coyotes, Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa and the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau — is designed to give the winner an authentic Santa Fe experience, including horseback riding, a drum session and a private tour of artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s residence. The all-expenses-paid trip is valued at more than $5,000.

“I’ve always loved Santa Fe,” said Dos Coyotes owner and founder Bobby Coyote, who credits the city’s food scene as a major influence on his award-winning menu. “The Southwest Sweepstakes gave me the chance to share that love with the Dos Coyotes fans who’ve been so supportive of the restaurant.”

“We were proud to co-sponsor the Southwest Sweepstakes with Dos Coyotes,” said Rich Verruni, general manager of Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa. “Bobby Coyote was committed to creating the kind of genuine, unique Santa Fe experience we specialize in, so it was a perfect partnership.”

Dos Coyotes has eight locations in Davis, Sacramento, Folsom, Roseville and Elk Grove. The first restaurant opened in 1991 at The Marketplace shopping center in Davis. For more information and a Dos Coyotes menu, visit doscoyotes.com.

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