Adopt A Dog and Coors Light Will Pay Your Adoption Fee

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If you want a valentine who will give you unconditional love forever, and you’re ready for a full-time commitment, you may want to adopt a dog.

And if you do, Coors Light beer company will pay your adoption fee of $100. The brewing giant launched a new program today called the “Coors for Canines Offer.”

You can use that money toward food, toys, a cool bed, your dog’s first vet visit, or reimburse yourself the adoption fee.

Here’s the scoop: You have to adopt a dog between February 4-21, 2020.

The fine print says, “the offer is only redeemable while supplies last,” and the first 1,000 accepted entries will be eligible for the cash.

So get down to your local shelter, or contact your favorite rescue group, adopt a dog that suits you and your lifestyle, and get your paperwork in quickly.

You don’t have to buy any beer. (But of course Coors Light would appreciate any sales or referrals.)

You do have to adopt a dog.

You have to be old enough to drink.

Once you’ve got your pooch, take a picture of your paperwork proving adoption, and text the photos(s) to 28130, and enter the keyword: “COORS4K9.” You do need a Venmo account to get your $100.

Here’s the proof Coors needs to see to be considered for the payout:

·         Adoption receipt showing Adoption cost

·         Name of Adoption shelter

·         Adoption location/state

·         Date of adoption (Adoption must occur between February 4, 2020, and February 21, 2020)

·         Animal type (Offer only valid for dog Adoption)

For some reason, if you live in California, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia, you’re not eligible. That’s unfortunate because some of those states euthanize a whole lot of dogs in their shelters. But the legal eagles at Coors must have some reason for the exclusion.

There are more rules, terms, and conditions; you should check out on the Coors website.

Why the payout for a pooch?

Coors Light says, “Each Winter, we witness a cultural phenomenon where people couple up to stave off the weather-induced blues; better known as Cuffing Season. Valentine’s Day is the pinnacle of Cuffing Season, and according to a new survey from Coors Light, a majority of young legal drinking age millennials (58%) find it overrated. That’s why Coors Light encourages you to skip the cheesy Valentine’s traditions and spend the day with a fur-ever friend.”

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