Entries due by July 13 for Aledo Top Dog contest


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Posted Online: July 03, 2013, 4:17 pm
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Press release submitted byPam Ricke

Calling all dog lovers! The Vintage Button in Aledo, Illinois is pleased to announce they will be hosting the 3rd Annual Top Dog Contest! Everyone is invited to enter their dog in The Vintage Button's "Top Dog" contest.

To enter a dog, simply bring a 4" x 6" photo of the dog to The Vintage Button by Saturday, July 13th. Votes for Top Dog will be cast from July 16-August 17th. People will vote by dropping coins in a jar featuring their favorite dog. The dog with the most money in their jar will be declared the "Top Dog" Winner! The "Top Dog" Winner will be announced on August 17th during The Vintage Button's Dog Days of Summer event. The VB's "Top Dog" winner will receive a dog friendly prize, framed Top Dog certificate and the honor of being the Top Dog!

Proceeds from the voting will benefit the Brown Dog Foundation and the Mercer County Animal Shelter. The Vintage Button is a gift, antique and home decor store located at 105 N. College Ave., Aledo and is open Tuesdays-Thursdays 10am-6pm and Fridays and Saturdays from 10am-7pm.

If you have questions, please call The Vintage Button at 309-582-7007.



















 



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