walk and roll for rescue

SUP Creative Group invites area animal lovers to its 2nd Annual Walk & Roll for Rescue on Sunday, October 6, 2019, at Waggy World Paws Park inside Wills Park. Fun for the entire family, including your pet, this free charity event celebrates Good Mews Pet Foundation, Wags & Wiggles Dog Rescue and Dirt Road Doggies Rescue.

Join SUP Creative Group for 2nd Annual Walk & Roll for Rescue 2019The festivities last from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a Lure Course and Frisbee Challenge at 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m., a scheduled walk with pets at noon and a pet influencer met-up at 1 p.m.

Come interview the rescues, meet interesting vendors and watch the lure course racing and frisbee challenge, but the big story of the day is how four Georgia Pet Influencers (dogs) are the new wave of marketing for the corporate world!

Come interview Dunkin the Frenchie (who has over 24,000 Instagram Followers), Sparkles the Diva (who has over 50,000 Instagram Followers) and Philomena the Pug (who has over 70,000 Instagram Followers). Brands reach out to them for marketing advertisement and news reporting. They have even been in a recent T-Pain Video about dogs. Want something else fun to write about? Visit the Pet Bar stocked with water, wine and beer for pets! All provided by Pet Winery.

Waggy World Paw Park is located in Wills Park, behind the Alpharetta Community Center, at 175 Roswell Street in Alpharetta.

For more information regarding the 2nd Annual Walk & Roll Rescue event, contact Chris Brown at 267-733-5602 or ChrisB@SUPCreativeGroup.com.

Good Mews is one of the few virtually cage-free, no-kill cat shelters in the state of Georgia and the first in the metro Atlanta area. Good Mews is home to approximately 100 residents at any given time, with another 30 to 40 cats in foster care or our HALO program, which allows cats with severe and/or chronic medicals needs to find homes with Good Mews continuing to provide the medical care related to that condition.

Dirt Road Doggie Rescue is a small canine rescue group located in Northeast Georgia that works tirelessly to rescue, rehabilitate, fully vet, and rehome faithful dogs that have been tossed out of cars onto rural roads. It is a registered, 501c3 tax-deductible Non-Profit Rescue licensed by the Georgia Department of Agriculture.

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