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ProjectStella: a Gloss Photography Studios charity benefiting the Wisconsin Humane Society

Feb. 14, 2010

ProjectStella is a charity founded by Gloss Photography Studios and benefits all animals of the Wisconsin Humane Society.

 

ProjectStella Pet Shoots

& Pet Contest

 

for a minimum donation of $50 you will receive a photoshoot for your pet, an 8x10 portrait, & two ProjectStella event tickets.

 

Your animal will also be entered in our secure online voting system Pet Contest

1st Place- 20x24 ArtMount wall portrait (a $330 value)

2nd Place- 16x20 ArtMount wall portrait (a $250 value)

3rd Place- 11x14 ArtMount wall portrait(a $140 value)

Cutest Pet- complimentary boutique shoot

Most Unique Pet- complimentary boutique shoot

Top 7- will be in the ProjectStella calendar

 

Call 414-332-0195 or email Gloss to set up your pet's photoshoot. ProjectStella shoots are going on now until March 20th 2010.

 

ProjectStella event

 

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

6-9pm

3805 N Oakland Ave

Shorewood, WI 53211

 

$10 per person. tickets on sale now!

ProjectStella calendars $20

 

Revealing the winners of the Pet Contest.

Refreshments & hors'deurves.

sounds of DJ Sam Winters & special guests.

Silent auction.

... and more surprises to come!

 

For any questions please contact Gloss.

Voting, ticket, and calendar may be also purchased by cash or check.

 

All proceeds go directly to the Wisconsin Humane Society

 

 

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