|Ron Burns Studio Unveils
Adoption Appreciation Program to |
Thank Adopters and Support Local Animal Shelters
Fort Collins, CO - Receive a Ron Burns Gift Certificate when You Open Your Heart and Home To a Shelter Animal
Critically-acclaimed animal artist and philanthropist Ron Burns is excited to announce the launch of the Burns Adoption Appreciation Program. This unique program offers a 20% gift certificate good towards Ron Burns' limited edition art and books to anyone that adopts a pet from their local animal shelter. "It started out as this very simple idea to thank people for adopting a pet from their local shelter. Eventually, it evolved into a program that not only shows our appreciation for their support, but also creates adoption awareness" says Burns. When an Adoption Appreciation Certificate is redeemed, Ron Burns Studio donates an additional 20% of the adopter's total order in their name to the animal shelter that the pet was adopted from.
The Humane Society of the United States approximates that 6-8 million dogs and cats enter animal shelters every year. Of those, it is estimated that 3-4 million are euthanized. "When you look at the numbers, it's easy to realize how big of a difference even a single adoption can make. We want to do our part in raising that awareness and thank those that make a difference in these animals' lives - the adopters and the shelter staff that work so hard to find forever homes for these wonderful animals," Ron concludes. Burns Adoption Appreciation will be a permanent, year-round program available from Ron Burns Studio.
To learn more about how you and your local animal shelter can participate in Burns Adoption Appreciation, please go to www.ronburns.com/adopt
Demand for Burns' original work, limited editions, and books continue to flourish on the strength of gallery sales, word of mouth among collectors, and media praise. A professional artist for over twenty years, Ron has been featured twice on Extreme Makeover - Home Edition, CNN, Fox News, and other national television spots, including a segment on Good Morning America. Additionally, his art has been featured in multiple magazines, including TIME, New York Daily News, San Francisco Chronicle, and Forbes, which writes that Ron's style is "extremely collectible." For more information on Ron Burns, please visit www.RonBurns.com