Project for a Good Cause
|Knoxville, TN – May 12, 2004 – BringYourPet.com
has unveiled a new animal welfare charity section on their pet-friendly
travel Web site. This addition provides the online community with a simple
way to access information about the goals and missions of animal charities
across the country.
BringYourPet.com has designed the “Pause for Paws” section to help promote the tireless work done by these charitable organizations. In addition, one charity is spotlighted in every edition of the BringYourPet.com newsletter in order to showcase their recent success or new innovative program.
In the four months since launching the new section of the BringYourPet.com Web site, numerous charities have asked to be a part of the free listing service. Company spokesperson Brian Bailey says that, “Not only are animal charities wanting to know more about the section, but our Web site visitors are telling us about the organizations that they have worked with in their own communities.”
After speaking to many people working in animal welfare organizations, BringYourPet.com determined that the best way for an individual to help was in his or her own community. Mr. Bailey states, “BringYourPet.com strives to connect people to charities in their own area. It’s one thing to donate money to a charity; it’s another to actually watch that money be put to work in your own community.”
If you are interested in listing your nonprofit animal welfare charity
on BringYourPet.com or if you would like to refer BringYourPet.com to a
reputable organization in your area, please email email@example.com.
The organization must be nonprofit, provide full contact information, and
have a Web site.
BringYourPet.com brings pet friendly travel options to traveling pet owners from the USA and abroad. The company Web site located at http://www.bringyourpet.com is a valuable tool in planning a successful pet-inclusive travel experience. The site lists high quality, pet friendly lodging in the US and Internationally.
Web site: www.bringyourpet.com
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