The Cincy Chic Pet Fashion Show is a mere day away! Admission to the event is free but space is limited so RSVP today! Plus, all proceeds from the raffle and action we’ll have at the event will benefit a great cause, Recycled Doggies!
Each day, I’ve been doing a sneak peek of a vendor or fun aspect of the show. Today, I’m featuring Nosey’s Kissing Booth. This will be a fundraising initiative to raise money for the Recycled Doggies!
Nosey Anne Luestella Pearl (Nosey for short) is an adorable nine-month-old Basset Hound Puppy. Nosey’s owner, Marsie Newbold, loves to take her furry friend to events with her and sells her kisses for $1 to benefit local pet rescue organizations and charities. Marsie says, “Nosey is a very sweet kisser! Very few people walk away from spending only one dollar!”
Newbold is also the author of the “Marsie’s Menagerie” column, which offers fun and informative pet information. Her column is featured throughout the Community Press newspapers and published here on Cincinnati.com.
She has also been Grand Marshall for other pet events such as: “It’s a Pet aFair,” “Mt. Adam’s Reindog Parade” and “Main Street First Sunday Dog and Cats Days,” but Marsie is really excited to be a part of Cincy Chic’s Pet Fashion show and Nosey can’t wait to give kisses to everyone who attends.
Marsie says. “We are thrilled to be part of Cincy Chic’s Pet Fashion show and look forward to raising money on behalf of Recycled Doggies. Nosey and I are both great fans of Cincy Chic! It is a big honor to be part of this event!”
To read Marsie’s entertaining column about local pets and pet owners please visit: www.marsiesmenagerie.com and look for it throughout the Community Press newspapers on a regular basis. Or to have Nosey’s Kissing booth come to one of your upcoming events, free of charge, please email email@example.com. And remember to bring a $1 to the Cincy Chic Pet Fashion Show to get a kiss from Nosey and help support Recycled Doggies!
Thanks to my intern Leah Reitz for helping me put this blog post together!
Written by: Leah Reitz