BITCHES & BOOZE 2020 PET BUSINESS AWARDS
We know first hand how much covid has affected all of us small businesses and we thought we all need something to help cheer us up ASAP! & so, we bring you the...Bitches & Booze 2020 Pet Business Awards
We have eight categories lined up and all businesses have been nominated by their followers / supporters through our Instagram.
We hope that these awards can give small business owners something to lift their spirits and give them the recognition they deserve, as well as hopefully promoting them to potential new customers along the way. As for our voters, we hope you can find new businesses that you love, support your favourites and have some fun voting!
Thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate and show their support for small businesses this last week!! We can’t tell you how grateful the businesses we’ve already contacted have been for you all.
We are currently working our way through emailing and DM’ing all nominees to see if they’d like to donate and enter the categories you’ve nominated them for! We’re still going so don’t worry if your business hasn’t been contacted yet.
We’ll keep you all updated on when the voting will be open...we’re hoping for the 22nd of November but we're just giving businesses some time to respond and decide if they’d like to participate!
We hope to hold these awards each year with all profits going to charity! This year we have chosen The Edward Foundation. You may have seen our gorgeous bulldog Lou pop up in our posts and stories - we fostered Lou for the Edward Foundation (had already adopted Arnie, who sadly passed in 2019) and fell so madly in love with her that she became a permanent part of the family. The Edward Foundation rescue and rehome at risk British Bulldogs - the work they do is absolutely amazing and we’d love to help them by donating all profits from our awards.Thank you again to everyone who has supported the awards already and to all the businesses who are helping us raise money for a charity so close to our hearts - small businesses need to stick together and help uplift spirits during times like these in anyway we can.