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Movie TV Tech Geeks Partners with North Shore Animal League America to Incite a Run on Pet Adoption
America's foremost entertainment website joins forces with the world's largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization to ignite interest in an unprecedented animal welfare program.
New York, NY - September 9, 2015 - Putting their powerful influence on the zeitgeist where it counts, Movie TV Tech Geeks links arms with the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue organization. Thanks to a partnership with North Shore Animal League America, the trending website will now put its glamorous spotlight on available pets. The website that normally lauds movies, television, technology, celebrity, gaming and sports will now sing the praises of adoptable puppies. Rescued from puppy mills and worse, the new partnership will support animal welfare like only the digital age can. Movie TV Tech Geeks News will open wide its virtual doors and publicize animal adoption via social media and their site’s two million views monthly.
So how will they do it? MovieTVTechGeeks.com will bring recognition to North Shore’s worthy work by giving attention to one animal up for adoption each week. With the debut an ‘Adopt Me’ section, shown throughout the platform, viewers can meet their newest four-legged friend. Clueing in viewers every way they can, the media news site will also use Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to their best advantage. Hoping to raise North Shore’s tally of 20,000 successful pet adoptions annually, the site will play pet videos on their YouTube channel as well. This alone is no small push as the social news channel enjoys over six million views to date. In addition to allowing visitors to fall in love with a pet, videos will also include footage of the ample rescue work North Shore does.
Hoping to shine a well-deserved light on North Shore’s efforts in the animal rescue and adoption community, Movie TV Tech Geeks joins some big name supporters. Celebrity supporters include Cesar Milan, known worldwide as The Dog Whisperer, Billy Joel, Tyra Banks, Geraldo Rivera, Denise Richards and Kristin Davis.
William Johnson, Editor-in-Chief of Movie TV Tech Geeks News said of the partnership, “I learned about North Shore from Howard and Beth Stern and knew immediately we needed to partner with them to raise awareness about pet adoption. The major objective is simple. Our site has been extremely successful and we want to be able to use our large readership and social media influence to help make a difference with the welfare of animals we love so much.”
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About Movie TV Tech Geeks News:
Since its launch in 2010, Movie TV Tech Geeks News has expanded its writers and website to feature movies, television news, technology, celebrity gossip, gaming and full sports coverage. The site boasts over 2 million unique visitors monthly and is highly-cited for their sports and tech news coverage. It was national recognized for its six-part series on Bruce Jenner’s transition to Caitlyn Jenner, and has become one of the de facto experts on Deflate-gate, Edward Snowden, Cloud Computing and The Walking Dead.
About North Shore Animal League America:
North Shore Animal League America - Home of the Mutt-i-gree® - headquartered in Port Washington, NY, is the largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization in the world. The Animal League reaches across the country to rescue, nurture and adopt 20,000 pets into happy and loving homes each year. Over the past decade, the Animal League saved over 200,000 lives and has saved 1,000,000 animals since its inception.
Editor-in-Chief, Movie TV Tech Geeks News
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