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The Dog Treat-Repeat Contest Starts Today

Posted by sitstaydogs

Jan 24, 2014 9:34:32 AM

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LINCOLN, NEB. - Jan. 24, 2014 -
SitStay.com, the destination site for ‘Good Dog’ approved treats and trinkets, today unveils our favorite contest of the year - The Dog Treat-Repeat Contest. One lucky duck dog will be "treated" like a king or queen for an entire year.  
The winner will receive a high-quality all natural treat from SitStay's award-winning treat deli each month that best suits his or her sass and style.

COMPLETE THE FORM FOR A CHANCE TO WIN! The winning dog will be notified on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, 2014, using the email address entered in the form. After we make contact and gather a bit more information from the pet parent ... the spoiling will begin. Multiple dog households are WELCOME! Simply complete and submit a separate form for each dog. 

SitStay will also select random winners to receive exclusive treats and merchandise courtesy of ShinDig Dog™ - dog treats for the occasional celebration and Brown Beggers™ Deli & Treatery. These winners will also be notified on Feb. 14, 2014. 

  • Entries BEGIN- January 24, 2014 (9:30 AM, CST)
  • Entries CLOSE- February 13, 2014 (8:30 PM, CST)
  • Entries received after CLOSE will not be eligible.
  • (1) full-sized, high-quality dog treat will be sent the first week of each month for twelve months.
  • Cash value of the treat can not be redeemed through any other transaction. 
  • Winning dog and/or pet parent may be asked to appear in public relations releases that may include Facebook posts, Twitter mentions, video opportunities and/or television broadcast. Winner must be willing. 

Sit. Stay. Compete! Whatcha waiting for!

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