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Charity Pet-A-Thon starts tomorrow

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Answer the call of the helpless and be in to Win in our 72 hour online Pet-A-Thon

In support of the SPCA and Lonely Miaow Association, Switched On Marketing will be hosting a first of its kind 72 hour online Pet-A-Thon commencing on October Wednesday the 29th October and ending midnight October 31st.

Animal lovers will have the opportunity to participate by making a contribution online towards the SPCA and Lonely Miaow Association. Daily prize draws will be done throughout the 3 days, Prizes have been generously provided by our sponsors Hill’s Pet Nutrition, the Petpost and Ocular Image photography.

We encourage pet owners to challenge their friends, co-workers, companies and family to participate in the Pet-A-Thon and in so doing will be supporting two worthy charities.

Simply go online to www.switchdon.com and make your contribution. Prize winners will be contacted during the 3 days and can be viewed online during the 72 hour Pet-A-Thon.

“It’s the first Pet-A-Thon of its kind in New Zealand”, says Deborah, Director of Switched On. “We are looking forward to raising all we can for the two charities and have 72 hours of fun doing so!”


www.switchdon.com


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