Camp Bow Wow To Host Annual #GiveAFetch Contest


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Camp Bow Wow will hold its annual #GiveAFetch social media contest, designed to promote being a responsible pet parent and celebrate the unique ways dog owners care for their pups. 

 

The company aims to inspire pet lovers across the country to share how they #GiveAFetch about their pups by posting photos or videos on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. The contest began on Sept. 22 and will run through Oct. 31. The contest winner will receive a free year of Camp Bow Wow services. 

 

“At Camp Bow Wow, we think of our four-legged friends as members of the family and are excited to continue to foster awareness for pet responsibility through the fun nature of our #GiveAFetch social media contest,” said Julie Turner, president of Camp Bow Wow. “A natural extension of the brand’s dedication to ensuring that all dogs lead happy and healthy lives, we’re thrilled to once again bring #GiveAFetch to pet parents for an interactive opportunity to showcase how they go above and beyond to bring joy into their dog’s life.”

 

The third annual #GiveAFetch social media contest builds on the successes of the brand’s previous campaigns, with the initiative having received a Gold Stevie Award as “Marketing Campaign of the Year” and Franchise Innovation Awards’ “Best Social Media Campaign.” From the previous campaigns, more than 12,000 pet parents proved how they #GiveAFetch on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

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