COUNTRY STAR MIRANDA LAMBERT URGES CENTRAL ARKANSAS FANS TO FILL THE LITTLE RED WAGON TO SUPPORT THE
HUMANE SOCIETY OF PULASKI COUNTY
One donor of cat or dog supplies for Central Arkansas’ January 23rd Miranda Lambert concert at Simmons Bank Arena will win a meet and greet with Miranda Lambert and earn ticket upgrades.
Attention country star Miranda Lambert fans:
Help homeless animals at the Humane Society of Pulaski County while attending her concert at Simmons Bank Arena on January 23rd. To rally the support of concertgoers and help animals in need, the songstress and Live Nation are offering up the chance for one lucky fan and guest to meet Lambert at her concert by donating supplies for the HSPC cats and dogs.
The Humane Society of Pulaski County is a private, no-kill shelter supported solely by donations, fund-raisers, requests and grants. HSPC receives no city, county or state funding, nor are they affiliated with any other organization. They have been rescuing animals since 1946. HSPC currently maintains a 25,000 square foot shelter which includes a clinic, a full-time veterinarian, and a staff of animal lovers to care for over 200 animals. HSPC’s strong volunteer base is involved in animal care, fund-raising, off-site events, and various other programs to help find good homes for the dogs and cats in their care. Their Humane Education program works to teach respect for animals, proper pet care and responsibility in an effort to end animal abuse and overpopulation.
“Miranda Lambert shares our love of animals, and the Humane Society of Pulaski County is honored to collaborate with her to help the homeless animals in the Little Rock area. We are grateful to Miranda and Live Nation for providing us the opportunity to reach out to her fans for support. Your donations will help us rescue, care for and find loving homes for abandoned, abused, homeless and unwanted animals; reduce suffering of animals, and reduce the number of homeless animals through adoption, spay/neuter and education.” –Debbie Howell, HSPC Board President
Since the Little Red Wagon is set up outside the concert arena, donors are not required to have a ticket to the event. Any Miranda Lambert fan who wants to support homeless animals can drop off pet food, treats or pet supplies into the Little Red Wagon set up at the bottom of the main entrance stairs on Simmons Bank Arena Drive on the evening of her performance on January 23rd. One lucky donor has a chance to be randomly selected to win a meet and greet with Miranda before the concert. All donations will benefit the HSPC.
Pulaski County staff and volunteers will be on site at the concert to manage donations to the Little Red Wagon. Click the link for their wish list for the donation drive. https://warmhearts.org/wish-list/ At the conclusion of the drive, Live Nation will turn all concert donations over to the HSPC