Animal shelters and rescues have closed their doors and canceled adoption events due to the coronavirus. However, that hasn’t stopped new dogs from arriving. With fewer ways to find homes for adoptable dogs, these organizations need all the help they can get.
Many rescues are encouraging dog lovers to adopt and foster during these tough times. After all, a sweet dog is the perfect quarantine companion! Not only that but if you foster or adopt from Midwest Animal Rescue & Services in Minnesota, you can get a 3 month supply of free beer!
Help a Dog, Get Free Beer!
Busch knows that this is a hard time for everyone, especially shelter dogs. So, they teamed up with Midwest Animal Rescue to help as many dogs as possible. They’ve launched a unique event called “Foster a Dog, Get Busch”. Anyone over 21 that adopts or fosters from this rescue can get 3 months of free Busch beer.
This offer began on March 25th, 2020 and it is open until April 25th, or until all the prizes have been given out. If you foster or adopt during that time, you will be eligible for ‘3 months of Busch beer’. Up to 500 people could win prizes.
If you win, you will receive a $100 prepaid debit card, which is the equivalent of two 24-pack cases of beer for 3 months. What could be better than spending your quarantine time with a loving dog and free beer?
How To Enter
Visit Midwest Animal Rescue’s website to complete an adoption or foster application. Once the adoption or foster process is completed, you will receive a confirmation email.
Make sure you’re following Busch on either Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Then, send them a picture of your confirmation email through one of their social media platforms to be eligible. You will receive a message from Busch when you have won the prize. Respond to their message within 24 hours to get free beer for 3 months!
Busch knows how important dogs are. They’ve been sharing plenty of adorable dog photos during this quarantine to help cheer people up. Now, they’re ready to make a difference for all the dogs in need. Even if you don’t live near this Minnesota rescue, please consider fostering, adopting, or donating to your local shelters and rescues. Even small donations can make a huge difference!