FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 28, 2010 (Austin, Texas) – Do you think your shelter or rescue has an ugly t-shirt? Let the public be the judge – and possibly win a new batch of t-shirts with a professional design!
DogTipper.com announces the launch of the “Who Ya Callin’ Ugly?” T-Shirt Contest sponsored by The Odle Group (http://www.odlegroup.com). The contest invites shelters and rescues across the US to submit a photo of their ugliest t-shirt. After three weeks of entries, the public will vote on just which one is the ugliest!
“Drool is cool…So SHOUT it Out!” says The Odle team. “What do your event shirts say about you? We can help match your message to the Heart of your Rescue.”
The ugly tee winner will enjoy a t-shirt makeover courtesy of The Odle Group complete with one hour of professional design work and a pack of 12 white tees, custom printed on one side in one color.
“We’re excited to be hosting this contest to spotlight the efforts of the numerous shelters and rescues across the country,” says DogTipper.com co-publisher Paris Permenter. “We know firsthand what great pets are available through these organizations—and how, in these tough economic times, those t-shirt fundraisers are more important than ever.”
To read the complete rules of the “Who Ya Callin’ Ugly?” T-Shirt Contest and to learn more about the contest which ends April 29, 2010, visit www.dogtipper.com/ugly.
About The Odle Group
In the apparel business for over a century, The Odle Group, LLC is home to custom screenprint and embroidery facilities. The South Carolina-based business includes a full time Art Team in its creative department, offering t-shirt and promotional product design. The company also strives to help rescues and animal welfare organizations by offering its services and advertising promotional products. For more information, visit http://www.odlegroup.com.
DogTipper.com is a site written for dog lovers, by dog lovers. The site is published by husband-wife team John Bigley and Paris Permenter, the authors of 26 books and over 2,500 magazine articles. DogTipper.com includes daily tips, dog news, dog-centric festivals, celebrity canines, dog of the day, and more. For more information, visit www.dogtipper.com.