Boot-n-Kit Canine Rescue is hosting its first annual “Puppypalooza!” fundraiser on Sunday, July 22, 2012 from 4 – 9 pm at the Old Well Tavern in Simsbury, Connecticut.
The “Puppypalooza!” is an occasion for Boot-n-Kit to thank all of their loyal friends and supporters for their hard work and commitment to helping dogs in need. It also marks Boot-n-Kit reaching a milestone of 500 dogs adopted into new forever homes.
The money raised will support Boot-n-Kit’s medical fund, to ensure that dogs requiring veterinary attention can receive the best care possible.
At the Puppypalooza! there will be plenty of great food from Old Well Tavern, professional DJ Derek Egerman will be on hand to keep the party hopping, and there will be a cash bar including a custom drink called the “Boot-n-Kit ‘Tini” featuring Connecticut-made Onyx Moonshine.
This family-friendly event also features a tea cup auction, and many local-area businesses have already donated goods and services, including: Starbucks, Subway, Joe Pizza of Simsbury, Plan B Burger Bar, Peachwave Frozen Yogurt, Blue Fox Rock-n-Bowl, Antonio’s, Neckers Toy Store, Harvest Café and Bakery, Tower View Pizza, Yarnover, Green Dog Market, Wholesome Animal Grocery Store, and many more! (New businesses are providing donations on a daily basis.)
Puppypalooza! tickets are $20 for adults, and children under 10 are free. You can purchase tickets from the Book-n-Kit website: www.bootnkit.petfinder.com or at the Wholesome Animal Grocery Store in Avon, CT (in the Max-a-Mia plaza).
More information is available online at: http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/bootnkit.html#fundraiser and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bootnkit
You can also contact Boot-n-Kit via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get the latest information about the 2012 Puppypalooza!
And remember please, no dogs at this event - it is only for their human companions!
Boot-n-Kit Canine Rescue is an all-volunteer organization of dedicated animal lovers whose mission is to rescue, re-home and care for puppies in need. Members of the organization work to save neglected and unwanted puppies from high-kill shelters where they have no chance of being adopted or treated as they should, and give them the second chance they deserve with loving families here in the Farmington Valley, and throughout southern New England.