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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Hello Bully founders Daisy and John are asking for your help!

An Email I received and reposting

Register to Vote in the One Million Dollar Cutest Dog Competition Vote on Cute Dog Photos

Hello Patricia!

It's been a while since we've sent out an update. With all of our new friends, we needed to find a more streamlined way to keep in touch. With this new format, we'll be sending out updates more regularly to keep you up to date on all things Hello Bully, and all things Pit Bull! Thanks for your support! HELP HELLO BULLY WIN 1M! Hello Bully founders Daisy and John are asking for your help! They have entered this beautiful puppy photo of one of their dogs - Meiko Luscious - in the Cutest Dog Competition. The grand prize is 1,000,000 and they have pledged to donate 100 percent of whatever they win straight to Hello Bully! This money would mean a facility for our organization and would enable us to help more Pit Bulls and owners in need. Please vote once a day and ask friends and family to do the same. Together, we can build a better future for Pit Bulls. And wouldn't it be great to see a rescued Pit Bull win this contest !?! Click here to vote for Meiko Luscious! Is your rescued or spayed/neutered Pit Bull heroic, multi-titled or working in therapy or search & rescue? If your Pit is press-worthy we want to know! Submit your story along with quality photos for the fall edition of our online newsletter! Stories must be 1000 words or less. Email your entry to johntribley@hellobully.com by October 4th. Include a note stating that Hello Bully has permission to edit and post your story and photo. SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS FOR HELLO BULLY'S 2010 CALENDAR! The wall calendar is one of our favorite things to do each year. We just love all the cute Pittie faces and heartwarming stories. This year we will be doing feature months and collage months. We fit in as many dogs as we can while still looking neat and clean. Here's what we need from you: *Highest resolution photos possible. Large files are okay. The better quality your photo - the better chance your Pit will make it into the calendar. Email to daisy@hellobully.com *A donation of $5 for one photo or $10 for 3 photos. You can donate on the front page of our website using PayPal. Include the email address you sent your photos from if it's not the same as the one you use for PayPal. *A quick email stating that we have permission to use and edit your photos and stories. *If you'd like to include a short story about your Pit Bull, please keep it to 2-3 paragraphs. *We ask that the Pit Bulls or Pit Bull mixes in your photos be rescues or spayed/neutered. Sorry, we cannot include photos of Pit Bulls wearing choke, prong or shock collars. *Deadline for submissions is October 25th. HELLO BULLY WANTS YOU! Hello Bully is looking for dedicated volunteers who can dedicate even a few hours a month! We need help with events, fundraisers, community outreach, promoting adoptable dogs, and local shelter support. If you're interested, please fill out a Volunteer Application. If you have any questions, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at rachel@hellobully.com If you are outside of the Pittsburgh area, you can find a Pit Bull friendly shelter, rescue or advocacy group in your area by visiting Pit Bull Rescue Central at www.pbrc.net To all of you who help Pit Bulls in need, we thank you. You are not in this alone. Keep up the great work! Sincerely, Your friends at Hello Bully Forward email This email was sent to pupelove@gmail.com by hello@hellobully.com. Update Profile/Email Address | Instant removal with SafeUnsubscribe™ | Privacy Policy. Email Marketing by Hello Bully | 4885A McKnight Road #197 | Pittsburgh | PA | 15237

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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