Milk-Bone Celebrates 100th Anniversary By Building World's Biggest Doghouse, Covers Doghouse with Milk-Bones
Now this looks like a blast! I am soooo envious of you NY dogs who can get to this event! Beatrice even asked me if we could take a road trip to get to see the world's biggest dgohouse and all those treats!
MILK-BONE TAKES MANHATTAN AMERICA S FAVORITE DOG SNACK CELEBRATES ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY IN A BIG WAY BY BUILDING THE WORLDS LARGEST DOG HOUSE IN TIMES SQUARE
New York City is officially in the dog house the Milk-Bone Moments Dog House, that is. Milk-Bone brand announced today the celebration of its 100th Anniversary (thats 700 in dog years) by throwing an un-fur-getable celebration thats sure to have tails wagging.
The 480-square-foot Milk-Bone Moments Dog House, which is covered with more than 100,000 Milk-Bone dog biscuits, features: autographed photos of celebrity dog lovers and their four-legged family members (from Paris Hilton and her dog Tinkerbell, to Amy Smart and her dog Oscar); an elaborate cake created by the Food Networks Ace of Cakes; a pet psychic to do paw-readings; doggy dancing demonstrations; and lots of Milk-Bone dog snacks provided by the friendly bark-tenders.
Starting at 11 a.m., Milk-Bone brand will be hosting an exclusive media event at the Milk-Bone Moments Dog House. Ivanka Trump will be making a special appearance to share the moment with their precious pooches. In addition, the Milk-Bone brand will present a $1 million donation in honor of its Milk-Bone Canine Heroes program, a longstanding national outreach program that provides canine assistance service dogs to individuals with physical disabilities, as well as police dogs for law enforcement agencies.
To commemorate 100 years (thats 700 in dog years) of Milk-Bone brand bringing smiles to dogs and pet parents faces.
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
11 a.m. 1 p.m. Media Event with Celebrity Appearances
11:30 a.m. 3 p.m. Dog House is Open to the Public
Military Island in Times Square - New York , NY
(Intersection of Broadway and 7th Avenue between 43rd and 44th)