Peacock Subaru to host 3rd annual “SubieStock” to support Palmetto Animal League
The cool cats (and dogs) of Palmetto Animal League (PAL) are getting ready for the 3rd annual SubieStock concert event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18, at Peacock Subaru Hilton Head at Peacock Auto Mall in Bluffton.
Guests will enjoy free food, beverages, door prizes and live music from one of the area’s favorite rock bands, Cranford Hollow, all while supporting the pet rescue efforts of PAL. Fee-waived pet adoptions will be available at the event, made possible through a generous grant from the ASPCA. In addition, PAL will be waiving adoption fees all day on Oct. 18, starting at noon with a SubieStock pre-party at the PAL Adoption Center in the Riverwalk Business Park in Okatie.
“As a Palmetto Animal League Partner in Rescue, Peacock Subaru embraces our compassionate, no-kill mission,” said PAL President Amy Campanini. “SubieStock is far more than just a great time. This event gives community members the power to save animals’ lives by adopting, donating, or simply by spreading the word that homeless pets are lives worth saving.”
The first 100 people to arrive at SubieStock with a pet supply or monetary donation for PAL will receive a free tie-dyed T shirt. The party is “BYOD” – Bring Your Own Dog – as guests are invited to bring along their dogs to the party, as Peacock Subaru Hilton Head is a dog-friendly dealership.
“’Subaru Loves Pets’ is more than a motto,” explains Jill Jauch, advertising and marketing manager at Peacock Automotive. “Helping homeless animals is something all of us at Peacock Subaru care about, as many of us have rescue pets of our own. We love meeting all of the dogs that our guests bring and watching them fall in love with the adoptable dogs, too.”
Attendees may RSVP to be eligible for great door prizes at https://subiestock2018.eventbrite.com.
“We’re looking forward to another successful ‘peace, love and pet rescue’ event,” said Jauch. “It furthers our ‘Subaru Loves Pets’ mission and helps support the great work that PAL does in our community.”