Bentley’s Pet Stuff’s Newest Stores Hold Voting for St. Louis’s Favorite Pet Rescue

October 31, 2016

Bentley’s Pet Stuff, a leading natural pet food store, has asked Missouri pet parents to help elect St. Louis’s favorite pet rescue organization by casting their vote inside one of Bentley’s Pet Stuff’s two new stores in either Olivette or Rock Hill, Missouri. Bentley’s Pet Stuff is one of the fastest growing pet retailers and supports animal rescues through their sales and store events.

“We’re excited to continue our campaign to find the best local pet rescues,” said Lisa Senafe, CEO and co-founder of Bentley’s Pet Stuff. “Pet parents know how important election season is, and we want to help support the community pet rescues through our own election.”

The locations are at 9594 Manchester Road in Rock Hill and 9200 Olive Blvd in Olivette. Bentley’s Pet Store currently has over 30 locations across the country, with Missouri being among the newest locations.

Voting and grand opening celebrations will take place in-store only on Friday, November 11, from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, November 12-13, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The celebrations also include a complimentary goodie bag (while supplies last), raffles and sales on products throughout the store.

Bentley’s Pet Stuff will announce the winning charity for St. Louis’s favorite animal rescue online on Monday, November 14.

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