Birmingham, AL – A dog who spent the first 4 years of her life walking the streets or in a shelter is now the inspiration for Beneful’s next Dream Park.
Honey Belle, and her owner, Jennifer Miller, were crowned the Grand Prize winners in the 2011 Beneful Dream Park Contest.
Honey Belle and Miller were among several chosen finalists in the contest – thousands participated in the final selection for a grand prize winner.
The selected Dream Park has several innovative ideas, including: an agilty course, a large shaded area, a water feature, a training facility and areas to rent for dog parties – all features which are sure to enticed canines and humans alike.
Click this link to view Honey Belle and Jennifer’s dream entry.
My favorite feature?
The “memorial” walkway which is to include bricks purchased by guardians who have lost companions.
In addition to her entry serving as inspiration for a half-million dollar dog park makeover, Miller will receive $10,000 cash and a one year supply of Beneful brand dog food.
From the Beneful Dream Dog Park Contest press release,
“We were so impressed by the quality of entries we received in this year’s Dream Dog Park Contest, as dog owners nationwide shared their passion for enjoying life’s everyday adventures with their best buddy,” said Ken Wilhelm, Beneful Brand Director. “Jennifer and Honey Belle’s special bond is unmistakable, and their dream ideas will help serve as inspiration for a dog park that the entire Birmingham community can enjoy.”
A celebration event at the dog park to be renovated will take place in the fall of 2011. And, in spring 2012, the renovated dog park will be unveiled at a celebratory event for the entire community. For more information on the contest and winning entry, please visit benefuldreamdogpark.com.
Way to go Jennifer Miller and Honey Belle – all I can say is “I wish I lived closer to Birmingham!!”
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