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EAT A BURGER AND HELP SAVE THE LIFE OF AN ANIMAL IN NEED
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan. 8, 2013
For more information,
Contact: Lauren Christ
Considering the overpopulation of unwanted and homeless pets in East Tennessee, there is a great need for community members to support their local animal shelter. During the month of January, helping a homeless animal has never been easier.
The Orangery, Knoxville’s premier fine dining restaurant specializing in French and international cuisine and the recipient of AAA’s prestigious Four Diamond Award designation for the fifth consecutive year, is joining forces with Young-Williams Animal Center to help animals in the community. On Monday nights at The Orangery, you can enjoy a delicious American Kobe Burger for only $10, and the restaurant will donate $5 of the proceeds to benefit Young-Williams Animal Center.
As an open-intake shelter serving Knox County and the City of Knoxville, Young-Williams took in approximately 15,000 unwanted or stray animals last year. Community members can help provide funding for sheltering, veterinary care, adoption and other services offered at the animal center by dining at The Orangery on Monday nights in January.
To help our furry friends in the Knoxville community, make a reservation for Monday night at The Orangery by calling 865-588-2964. For more information about The Orangery, visit www.OrangeryKnoxville.com. To learn more about Young-Williams Animal Center, visit www.young-williams.org or check out Young-Williams Animal Center on Facebook.
About Young-Williams Animal Center
Young-Williams Animal Center reminds the community to please spay and neuter your pets.
The Young-Williams Animal Center is the official animal shelter for Knox County and the City of Knoxville. The center is a nonprofit organization, community-supported through public and private donations, that turns no animal away and is dedicated to the sheltering and placement of animals, general animal welfare, and public education of companion animal issues.
Young-Williams Animal Center is located off Sutherland Avenue at the entrance to John Tarleton Park at 3201 Division St. Young-Williams Animal Village is located at 6400 Kingston Pike adjacent to Deane Hill Drive. Both locations are open seven days a week from noon-6 p.m.
For more information about Young-Williams Animal Center, including detailed driving directions, call 865-215-6599 or visit www.young-williams.org.