Thursday, May 14, 2009

Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago -- help SSP & get in for free!

Do you love indie music? Would you like to attend the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago for free and help animals at the same time? All you have to do is sign up for a 6-hour shift for the festival and you will get a free day pass to the festival! 3-day passes have already sold out, so do not miss out on this great opportunity to see some amazing bands!

Available Shifts for July 17-19, 2009:
Friday 4pm-10pm
Saturday 11am-5pm
Saturday 4pm-10pm
Sunday 11am-5pm
Sunday 4pm-10pm

Volunteers that work the Friday shift can come back to the festival either Saturday or Sunday. Saturday and Sunday AM volunteers are welcome to stay after they complete their shift. Saturday PM volunteers are welcome on Sunday. Sunday PM shift can attend the festival anytime Friday, Saturday or Sunday before their shift.

If you would like to volunteer, please email info@savingshelterpets.com with the following info:
1) your first and last name
2) shift(s) you would like to work
3) t-shirt size (small through xx-large)

NOTE: You must be 18 years or older to volunteer.

The more volunteers our organization recruits for the festival, the more money we will receive from Pitchfork!!

We look forward to seeing you at the festival! :)


Bands include:
The Flaming Lips
Tortoise
Yo La Tengo
Built to Spill
The National
....and more!

Check out the Pitchfork Music Festival website for more info!



About Saving Shelter Pets:
Saving Shelter Pets (SSP) strives to eliminate euthanasia as a method of population control for homeless companion animals, by providing no-kill alternative solutions and pro-actively addressing the problem of pet overpopulation.

SSP is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization with supporters nationwide. Please see our FAQs for more information.

NOTE: The animals pictured in this or any other message are NOT available for adoption. We do not have the resources to properly screen adoptive homes. We send our dogs and cats to pre-approved no-kill rescues in the Northeast, and these rescues will then adopt them into wonderful forever homes.


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