Successfully Marketing Treatables

May 2012 by Bonney Brown

Audience: Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers

Video Length: 55 minutes

Nevada Humane Society Director, Bonney Brown, tells you about using everything but the kitchen sink to creatively market harder-to-place pets at the 2012 HSUS Animal Care EXPO. (On second thought, maybe she mentions the kitchen sink, too.) You'll have your local news media eating out of your hands - we guarantee it!

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About Bonney Brown

Bonney Brown is the Executive Director of Nevada Humane Society in Reno, Nevada. Nevada Humane is an open admission, no-kill animal shelter serving all of Washoe County. Under Bonney's leadership, in 2011 Washoe County achieved a live release rate of 94% county-wide.

 

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