Warrington, Pennsylvania (PressExposure) June 01, 2011 -- When one of the team members at Square 2 Marketing lost her beloved dog, Zoe, the company showed their support at the alley- the bowling alley, that is.
In honor of Zoe, who was rescued by the SPCA, the marketing company organized a Bowl-A-Thon to raise money for their local Bucks County SPCA. "Thanks to efforts of the SPCA, Zoe was given a second chance at life, and I was lucky to spend 10 wonderful years with her," said Marketing Consultant and Zoe's loving owner, Menden Poole. "It makes me so happy to join up with my team and help give back to such an outstanding organization."
Within just a few hours of bowling, the Square 2 Marketing team raised $1,250 for Bucks County SPCA, which houses over 4,000 animals each year. The donation will not only help with veterinary care and round-the-clock emergency support, it will support preventative programs such as cruelty investigation, humane education in schools, and behavior consultations. "We are so thankful for Square 2 Marketing's generous donation and support," said Sarah Hart, the Assistant to the Executive Director at the shelter. "It is generosity from organizations like these that make our work possible."
The Square 2 Marketing team plans to do more Bowl-A-Thon charity events in the future. "Our marketing firm had a lot of fun raising money for this organization that is close to the hearts of so many of our team members," said Mike Lieberman, President at Square 2 Marketing. "We're glad we could make a difference and hope our efforts can help other Zoe's out there have a second chance."
About Bucks County SPCA The Bucks County SPCA, a private non-profit organization, employs all available means to prevent and alleviate the suffering of animals including the enforcement and improvement of the state's anti-cruelty laws, the education of our community about animal welfare issues, and the sheltering and humane care of stray and unwanted animals and animals who come to us as the result of cruelty investigations. For more information, please visit http://www.bcspca.org.