"Lucy" wins Michiana's Ugliest Dog contest! "Nike" and "Leo" take 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
Ugly Dog Media is pleased to announce that Lucy has taken top prize!
By: Ugly Dog Media
Ugly Dog Media is pleased to announce that Lucy has taken top prize! Small & frizzled Chihuahua hybrids seem to have captivated the public’s contempt this year, with 2nd place being awarded to Nike, an equally diminutive and stark creature. Leo, a moist-faced and drooling Boxer variety, came in just behind Nike.
Lucy is obviously pleased with her accolades. “Woof, yip-yip… woof”, she gushed. The champions will receive generous prizes from Siam Thai Restaurant, FreshDog.com, and Made in Michiana. Their owners will also receive some cool awards for appreciating the value of an ugly dog.
All the dogs involved in this farce are to be thanked equally for their participation, not to mention their self-deprecation and poise. The heat downtown on picture day made for some thoroughly put out, tongue wagging, pitiful portraits. Not to worry, all of the dogs were treated to water and treats. It was tons of fun, to say the very least. DTSB’s “Dog Days” First Friday event was a barking success overall, thanks to every one of the enthusiastic canines and their well-behaved owners.
We look forward to doing this again next year! Thanks to everybody for all the help in getting the word out, the owners of the soon-to-be remodeled State Theatre, Banko Capital, for allowing us to hold the contest in front of their beautiful historic location, our sponsors: Siam Thai, FreshDog.com, and Made in Michiana.
To the owners who brought your dogs in: it was fun to meet all of you. We hope to run into you again very soon. Three cheers for Lucy!
About Ugly Dog Media:
Ugly Dog Media is a full-service commercial copywriting, marketing and public relations firm with clients in the US, Asia and Europe. Ugly Dog Media specializes in creation of high-impact content, social media, article marketing and press release campaigns, white papers and specialized newsletters, and web video. For more information, visit http://www.uglydogmedia.com.