Perthshire Perfect Pets Contest Supported by Local Businesses


A host of Perth and Kinross Companies gave their support to a competition to find the most perfect pet in the area expressed pride in being involved.

The AP reported last week that the St Johns Rotary Club had launched a virtual pet show in conjunction with Kippen Campbell and a host of other companies sponsoring various categories.

Registrations are now open for the Perfect Pets Contest and Kippen Campbell lawyers are excited to get involved.

A spokesperson for the company, who in addition to being the main sponsor also supports the “Best in Show” award, said: of foreclosure, as well as providing much needed funds to selected charities. “

Third generation Perthshire The family business Bannerman Decorators sponsors the “Similar” category.

Partner Ewan Bannerman was not shy about supporting fundraising, saying, “As a Rotarian myself, I know how great a job local clubs are doing for charitable causes and fundraising efforts. Imaginatives like this are more vital than ever, given what we’ve all been. over the past year.

Carbon Financial Partners, which sponsors the “Best Buddies” category, celebrates its 10th anniversary in a new Perth desks.

‘Best Buddies’ is one of the competition categories of the Rotary competition

Executive Director Gordon Wilson said, “Carbon is thrilled to support Rotarians’ imaginative fundraising. We know how valuable their work is in supporting deserving charities locally, nationally and internationally. “

Son of Perth is a caravan and motorhome dealership based on the section of the Dunkeld road, known as the ‘Motor Mile’. This animal loving family sponsors the ‘Beautiful Baby’ category.

Specialty Subcontracting Company The Fraser Bruce Group sponsors the “Farmyard Friend” category. General Manager Fraser Bruce said, “We are delighted to support Rotary in their innovative animal show and to help raise funds to support the animals as they have supported us all throughout the lockdown. Hopefully the “Farmyard Friend” category will encourage farmers and smallholders to participate. “

The GS Group, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, supports the “Bad Hair Day” category.

“It is admirable that the Rotary Club of Perth St Johns has decided to think outside the box with its fundraising, ”said Managing Director George Stubbs.

“And since everyone loves a shaggy dog ​​story, we decided to support the ‘Bad Hair Day’ category!”

The “Sleeping Beauty” category is sponsored by Kilmac.

Athole McDonald, who started the business with Richard Kilcullen 17 years ago, said: “I know how generous the people of Perth are and I have no doubts that they will support the Rotary Club’s latest fundraiser.

This guy could be a contender in the Farmyard Friend section – but maybe you could do better

Merlin ERD is an independent drilling engineering consulting firm. Technical Development Director Stewart McGregor said, “We can’t wait to see the ‘wild and exotic’ pets. There is no doubt that this category will provide some very entertaining entries. Good luck to all participants.

Thrums Vet Group is a long-established veterinary practice with a history dating back to the 1950s.

A spokesperson said: “We wish Perth St Johns Rotary the best with their Virtual Pet Show and are proud to support them and the great job they do. Thank you for asking us to get involved.

Thrums Vet Group sponsors the ‘Star Quality’ category.

The competition also supports two charities – the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) and Send A Cow.

When you participate, Rotary organizers ask you to visit their Just Giving page to donate your choice to support the fun event and nominated animal charities.

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