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Saturday Dog’s Night Out at Baltimore Inner Harbor

When The Sun Goes Down – The Dogs Start Talking!

May 11, 2012 by , Intern | Bootcamp Lights

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Pack up your pooch! It is official; the launch of my first advertising campaign has finally arrived!

Saturday, May 12, 2012 will be a fun evening, where you can help Generation Wags bring awareness to all the dog rescues throughout our community.

It’s simple – all you need to do is bring your dog downtown to join me for a little get-together.

Most people aren’t aware of this, but Baltimore is very pet-friendly. The fun begins at 8:30pm downtown at the Baltimore Inner Harbor.

Man’s best friend will be the star tonight! Your dog will light up the sky over the Inner Harbor from 8:30-9:00pm this evening.

Every dog owner has asked the question,

“What is my dog thinking?”

Well, now I want to hear some answers!

If my dog could talk...What would he/she say?

“Just love me and I'll love you back.” – Bailey

giving bailey kisses

That's what my little Bailey would say. What about your best friend?

Drop us a comment below! Keep it short (one sentence) and we’ll put it on our billboard tonight from 8:30pm-9:00pm.

Your dog’s message will light up the Baltimore Inner Harbor as we gather to celebrate and enjoy an evening with our best friends!

Listen Up, Baltimore, It's Our Night – Dog's Night Out

dog night out in baltimore

With your dog’s voice – we can accomplish my goal of creating awareness for Generation Wags.

Submit your dog’s message below in our comments or tweet us @bootcamplights.

Get involved this Saturday and come out to support a great cause. It's free – so at least add your dog's voice to create awareness for a great cause.

Keep in mind, there are numerous hotels and restaurants that allow dogs, too!

We look forward to meeting you and your best friend this Saturday!

If Your Dog Could Talk – He/She Would Say...

Towson Senior Ad Campaign

Maggie Rose London advertising professional

Between filling out job applications, scheduling meetings in New York and Boston for post-grad opportunities, and still being fully prepared to juggle one more important responsibility...

Creating her first ad campaign »

And Maggie Picks...

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This was a very difficult decision to make because all of the companies were so unique and innovative! On behalf of all of us at Bootcamp Lights, I want to thank everyone who offered to partner for the launch of my advertising campaign.

After much review, I have decided to launch an integrated pro bono campaign for Generation Wags.

Why I picked Generation Wags »

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Our innovative approach effectively reaches areas of Maryland that are unattainable by other forms of media.

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