Hi Pet People!
We all know amazing people doing things day in and day out to improve the lives of animals in our community. Well Spring Naturals, a new line of premium dinners and treats for dogs, is searching the country for rescue heroes through its new campaign “Spring Into Action”. The program focuses on honoring unsung everyday heroes working to improve the lives of animals in need.
Spring, a dog that was rescued through Project Rescue Chicago on the first day of Spring (of course!) helped to inspire “Spring Into Action”. Spring the dog now lives in her new home and loves her new life.
The “Spring Into Action” program will run through May 2013, each month honoring a different pet rescue hero making a difference in their community. To nominate an everyday hero submit a photo and SHORT 50-100 words on how the nominee is a positive example in the animal community through the Spring Naturals Facebook “Spring Into Action” tab (click here) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each valid entry will be posted on the Spring Naturals “Spring Into Action” tab for Spring Naturals Facebook friends to vote. The nominee with the most votes at the end of the month will be the month’s winner. Following the year long campaign, the 12 heroes selected as the monthly winners will be featured once more on the Spring Naturals “Spring Into Action” Facebook tab, so their friends and followers can vote for the hero they feel should receive the Grand Prize.
Monthly Prize Winners will receive a 26 lb. bag of Spring Naturals dog dinners plus a 6 oz. pouch of Spring Naturals treats – a $75 retail value.
The Grand Prize Winner’s favorite animal rescue organization will receive $2,000 worth (retail value) of Spring Naturals dog dinners plus a $500 cash donation. The Grand Prize Winner will be announced in June 2013.
“Spring Into Action” is a great way to “network” with other rescue contacts throughout the country!
Enter your heroes today at www.facebook.com/springnaturals or visit www.springnaturals.com.
Stephanie Krol can be best described as a mixed breed of a newshound and publicist in the pet industry. She has the ability to sniff out the latest lifestyle trends when it comes to pets. As a proud “pet parent” of three rescues Nigel (cat), Simon (dog) and recent addition of Nola (cat). Stephanie spreads the word of animal welfare every chance she gets. She is the board president of the Humane Society of Elkhart County and serves as a spokeswoman for the animal shelter along with volunteers for a variety of animal welfare initiatives. For more information, visit Steph Tails All on Facebook.