AngelPaws Executive Advisory Board Meeting

AngelPaws Executive Advisory Board Meeting Tuesday, April 23, 2013 1. Welcome and Introductions 2. Old Business Paws for Help event Aug. 4, 2 to 6 p.m.: ---Sponsors and vendors: -Shelly will have a sponsor letter drafted for review -Categories -Booth fees for sponsors and/or vendors (suggested: $10 for non-profits and $50 for for-profits. Zona Rosa allows for-profit vendors to promote themselves while on ZR property, but they cannot sell anything.) -How many total vendors can be accommodated? -What do sponsors get? ---Raffle items: -Would those contributing raffle items worth $50 or more (if that's the amount the board chooses to be a sponsor) be considered sponsors? Or would cash contributions be the only ones counted toward sponsorship? ---Contacting potential sponsors, vendors and contributors of raffle items: -How should the board divide up this responsibility? ---Giveaways: -What should they be? Some suggestions: I.C.E Keytags: , Frisbees, balls, water bowls, etc. ---Zona Rosa: -We can begin setting up at 1 p.m. for the event, which starts at 2. The fountain in the center of the square will be on during the event. We need to determine whether ZR will rope off an area for AngelPaws to avoid our having to potentially ask families playing in the fountain to move to accommodate Paws for Help. -Fans, water and ice ---Publicity -What should we try? ---Should we hold mini-fundraisers before the event? -Yogurtini offering 10 percent -Macy’s Shop for A Cause (Here's its promotion: ``At Macy’s, it’s good to shop! Especially during Shop For A Cause, our annual charity shopping day that’s raised more than $42 million since 2006. In 2012, more than 8,000 charities participated and we raised $3 million for the March of Dimes!'') 3. New Business Should AngelPaws consider joining the Northland Chamber of Commerce? The fee is $265 a year for one representative. A membership benefits chart is on the chamber web site. 4. Other Business? Status of hunt for an AngelPaws intern 5. Adjournment


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