The Summit Hotel to Present Paws in the Park Benefitting UPF
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The Summit Hotel to Present Paws in the Park Benefitting UPF

The Summit Hotel to Present Paws in the Park Benefitting UPF

Saturday, September 24, 2022 | 11am-3pm | Summit Park, Blue Ash

The Summit Hotel, a boutique hotel ushering in a new era of style and sophistication proudly presents Paws in the Park benefitting United Pet Fund, a local, non-profit that provides vital resources to underserved and independent animal care groups and advocates.

Paws in the Park event is happening Saturday, September 24, 2022, from 11am-3pm at Summit Park in Blue Ash. This pet friendly event will include a shopping market featuring both pet and non-pet related goods, agility course, canine portraits, pup-art activities and a Yappetizer bar. There will be stage performances by “Super Collies” as featured on America’s Got Talent and live music from local band, Eleven Arrows. Come ready to eat and drink; food trucks in attendance include Cheez the Day, Street Pops and Fifty West Brewing Company.

Come with your pup dressed and enter to win the costume contest during our costume walk. The winner will receive gift cards from Dewey’s, Barre3, Fleet Feet & more!

Shopping for your next best friend? Introductions to adoptable dogs!

The primary sponsor of Paws in the Park is Cincinnati’s Summit Hotel. Summit Hotel has a deep seeded connection with UPF, making its first (of many!) generous donations in 2018 which enabled UPF to secure a warehouse distribution center stocked full of donated pet food, kitty litter, pet toys and other supplies.

“If you’ve been to the Summit Hotel, you’ve seen Maxwell the golden retriever. Maxwell was our founder’s beloved pup. And because of Maxwell, we became aware of UPF and their impact in our region. We are honored to be able to contribute to their good works.”

All proceeds for Paws in the Park will benefit the United Pet Fund.

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