Are You Halo's Next Adoption Champion?

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Introducing the search for the 2013 Halo-Freekibble.com Adoption Champions!


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The search is on for two bloggers that have a passion for philanthropy and are ready to put their their Blogging and Social Media skills to the ulitmate test in order to help promote adoption! Does this sound like the opportunity that you have been waiting for. Is an opportunity like this the reason why you spend countless hours learning, growing, and reading everything you can find about how to use Social media most efficiantly and effectively?

 

The Adoption Champions Mission:

If chosen your mission is to help spread the word about adoption and help your
partner shelter educate their community about adoption, adoptable pets,
services they offer, etc.

You’ll be expected to spend approximately 50 hours between
June 14, 2013 and December 31, 2013 using blogging, social media and
related PR activities helping your selected shelter spread the word
about adoption.

The purpose of the Adoption Champion Program is to showcase how Social Media
can help educate the public about adoption and help pets in need, you
must be willing to share your program as a case study with the BlogPaws
community, the Halo community and the media.

 

What the 2 Adoption Champions will Receive:

You will be awarded a $2,500 assignment to help a designated shelter
spread the word about adoption via blogging, social media and/or related
public relations.

You will also receive a donation of 5,000 meals of Halo
Spot’s Stew from Freekibble.com for the rescue or shelter of your
choice.

Halo, Purely for Pets will award you with $100 gift certificate for Halo products.


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How to apply to become a 2013 Adopton Champion:

Halo Purely for Pets is excited to partner with BlogPaws to find this year’s Adoption Champions from among BlogPaws 2013 conference attendees!

 

 To learn more about how to apply please visit: http://www.halopets.com/adoptionchampions/

 

  • http://www.iamashelterpet.com Andy Mathis

    That’s a great idea as shelters and rescue groups can use all the help they can get.
    But why is it only open to Blog Paws attendees? What about BarkWorld? or the No More Homeless Pets Conference?