Pet Valu in Bristol retailer of pet food, treats, toys, and accessories, will host a Customer Appreciation Weekend this Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20, in appreciation of their loyal customers.
The fun-filled weekend will include half-price dog washes, raffles, free refreshments and adoption opportunities with local rescues and animal welfare organizations.
On Saturday, the first 25 people to make a $30 purchase will receive a complimentary, pet-themed gift bag.
There will also be a performing sweepstake going on throughout the weekend where customers can enter to win one year of Performatrin or Performatrin Ultra dog or cat food.
“Pet Valu’s success is owed to our loyal and generous customers,” said Joe Dent, chief store operations officer for Pet Valu. “Customer Appreciation Weekend is a small way we can show our gratitude to our customers for being a part of the Pet Valu family.”
If you go:
WHAT: Pet Valu Customer Appreciation Weekend.
WHEN: Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20
WHERE: Rt 6 Farmington Avenue on visit www.us.petvalu.com.
ABOUT PET VALU: Pet Valu is a specialty retailer of premium pet food, treats, toys and accessories.
Their pet friendly stores offer over 7,000 products including holistic and premium brands of pet foods and treats as well as a wide selection of essential and innovative pet supplies to suit every budget. Chain-wide, Pet Valu is dedicated to helping local pets in need and by partnering with local shelters, rescues and charities through national donation drives and fundraising campaigns. Pet Valu employees are Pet Experts and pet lovers, too.
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