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Kingsport Town Center (formerly Fort Henry Mall) at the Fort Henry Drive entrance near Shoney's.
The Kingsport Town Center and the Sullivan County Humane Society are partnering to present a community dog wash to benefit the animals of the Kingsport Animal Shelter. Wash-N-Wag will offer dog washes for dogs up to 100 lbs for a $7 donation and a $12 donation for dogs over 100 lbs. There will be tents with volunteers doing face painting, balloon animal fun, and snacks for the family – including furry members. You will not want to miss the Sullivan County K-9 Units demonstrating their extraordinary talents and skills for the crowd. You can come by to donate to the Sullivan County Humane Society, collect educational materials on having a pet in your family, as well as adopt a cat/kitten and dog/puppy. We will also have information about spay & neuter and how to become an active member of the Sullivan County Humane Society. Join us for Wash-N-Wag at the Kingsport Town Center (Fort Henry Drive entrance next to Shoney’s) on Saturday, August 14th from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Bring your whole family for an afternoon of fun and laughter, dog washing and tail wagging! About the Kingsport Town Center Kingsport Town Center is the only regional mall in Kingsport, Tennessee and serves a thriving and growing trade area. Originally named Fort Henry Mall, the two-level, 529,000 square foot center is anchored by Belk, JCPenney, Sears and Marquee Cinemas. National tenants include Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, American Eagle, Aeropostale, Christopher & Banks, Justice, and FYE. For more information, visit www.kingsporttowncenter.com. About the Sullivan County Humane Society The purpose of the Sullivan County Humane Society is to support and advance the humane treatment of animals, primarily companion pets, through adoption services, spay/neuter services and animal welfare education. About the Kingsport Animal Shelter The Kingsport Animal Shelter is located at 2141 Idle Hour Rd. The Shelter receives animals from all over the city. These can be through owner surrenders, strays that are captured by Animal Control or by concerned citizens. The Shelter continues to work actively with the Sullivan County Humane Society to adopt animals to new homes and to advance spay/neuter programs. For More Information Contact: Amy Boyles, Marketing Manager Kingsport Town Center 423/246-1697 firstname.lastname@example.org