Attention country music fans and dog lovers: Miranda Lambert is calling on you to help homeless pets at Lowell Humane Society! To rally support of her fans and help animals in need, the songstress and Live Nation are offering up the chance to win tickets to her upcoming July 21st show at Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA. All you must do for your chance to win is donate to The Little Red Wagon Campaign by donating much needed donations from the shelters wish list by July 17th. Donations can be dropped at the animal shelter facility at 951 Broadway St Lowell, MA 01854. The winner will be drawn on July 18th. Already have tickets to the show? Bring a donation from their wish list to the concert and you’ll be entered to win a meet and greet with Lambert that night!
Lambert, a fierce advocate for homeless animals, is carrying out the Fill the Little Red Wagon promotion as part of her national concert tour. At every venue, she asks fans to donate pet supplies to local animal shelter organizations. Lowell Humane Society is the organization chosen for the Mansfield concert. “We are honored to be chosen to receive the donations from The Little Red Wagon promotion. It’s clear that Miranda Lambert shares our love of animals and we are proud to collaborate with her to help homeless animals in our community,” said Crystal Arnott, Lowell Humane Society’s Communications and Fundraising Manager. “Lowell Humane Society takes in animals in need of medical care daily and we are grateful to Miranda and Live Nation for giving us the opportunity to share our mission. We appreciate all of the support Miranda’s fans can give us.” Lowell Humane Society staff and volunteers will be onsite at the concert to manage donations to the Little Red Wagon.
Lowell Humane Society has been in operation since 1873 and is committed to making our community a better place for pets and the people who love them. As one of the oldest humane organizations in the state of Massachusetts, the purpose of the Lowell Humane Society is to prevent cruelty to animals, provide care for homeless and distressed animals and educate the public about responsible pet ownership. The shelter is a private not for profit organization and does not receive any city, state or federal funding. Operations are supported through the generous support of individuals, businesses and foundations.