Center Pet Pharmacy's Halloween Treat: A Pet Costume Contest

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To show customers their appreciation and have a little fun at the same time, Center Pet Pharmacy is holding a Pet Halloween Costume Contest with a $150 prize for the winning pet

We're ecstatic for the opportunity to have fun with our customers and look forward to seeing some very original and imaginative pet costumes

Halloween is quickly approaching and Center Pet Pharmacy would like to make sure that you and your pet get the most out of the holiday by celebrating with you! Center Pet Pharmacy is known for their extremely competitive prices as well as their extensive selection of pet medications, but they also have a fun loving spirit and love nothing more than getting to know their customers better. Therefore, the Center Pet Pharmacy team is pleased to be holding their first annual Pet Costume Contest this Halloween. The contest is an exciting way to include your pets in the festivities and win some extra holiday cash - Center Pet Pharmacy is offering a $150 cash prize for the best Halloween pet costume.

Center Pet Pharmacy believes that their customers and blog readers should be rewarded not only for their dedication to the pharmacy but also for their involvement in their pets' lives as well. "We're ecstatic for the opportunity to have fun with our customers and look forward to seeing some very original and imaginative pet costumes," said Kenny Kramm, the founder and owner of Center Pet Pharmacy.

Submissions can be made up until November 7 at 12 a.m. and will appear on the Center Pet Pharmacy blog at http://centerpetpharmacy.com/blog/. They will be voted on by the public, so be clever, be creative, and be outrageous. Email photo or video submissions to customerservice(AT)centerpetpharmacy.com or tweet them @CenterPet on Twitter, and be sure to include an email address and the pet's full name (the human's name won't be published).

May the best-dressed pet win!

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