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July 19, 2011

Bark in the Park

TAKE YOUR FOUR-LEGGED BEST FRIEND OUT TO THE BALL GAME

Bark at the Park with the Florida Marlins and the San Francisco Giants on Friday evening August 12 will benefit the Humane Society of Greater Miami Adopt-A-Pet

 MIAMI, FL—July 13, 2011—Tired of taking your dog to the same old same old spots? How about a change of venue that also benefits a worthy cause? Bring your dog to watch the Florida Marlins battle the San Francisco Giants on Friday August 12, at 7:10, at Sun Life Stadium and help raise money for the Humane Society of Greater Miami. Here’s how it works. To purchase tickets please contact Cynthia Coutard at 305-749-1842 or [email protected] Tickets are only $12 for adults, $6 for kids and $6 for dogs. Dog owners must carry proof of the rabies vaccination with them to the game. Please download and sign the Waiver document you can find by going to www.humanesocietymiami.org and clicking on 2011 Bark at the Park, and bring with you to the game. Proceeds from all dog tickets will benefit the Humane Society of Greater Miami.

Day-of-game sales for Bark at the Park will take place at Gate B beginning at 5pm and concluding in the second inning of the game. Fans and their dogs should enter Dolphin Stadium through Gate B, with disabled fans and their dogs using the Gate G entrance starting at 4:30pm. Seating will be general admission in the upper deck sections 401 - 404. Doggie pools, water dishes and a dog-walking area will be available throughout the game. Group tickets are also available by calling 305-626-SAVE. For further information and to purchase individual tickets please contact Cynthia Coutard at 305-749-1842 or [email protected]

 

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