Pedigree expands adoption drive efforts

PRWeek reported on Pedigree's Dog's Rule Adoption Drive, which was part of a larger marketing campaign designed to spread the brand's internal values to a broader consumer audience.

PRWeek reported on Pedigree's Dog's Rule Adoption Drive, which was part of a larger marketing campaign designed to spread the brand's internal values to a broader consumer audience.

Brandweek reports that Pedigree recently re-launched dogsrule.com in an attempt to add more emotion to and create a buzz around the adoption drive campaign. The re-launch incorporated an interactive element, in which pedigree donated one dollar to the Adoption Drive Foundation for each photo a pet owner upload to the Web site. Pedigree also created a related Facebook application, and added videos to its Web site.

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