You Can Adopt a Puppy and Play Bingo With The Points Guy This Month

Aug 22, 2019

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At TPG, we love our dogs. We don’t have an entire Instagram account dedicated to our office pups for nothing, you know?

So, in keeping with our dog-loving tradition, we’ve decided to host a bingo night at Boris & Horton — a pup-friendly coffee shop — in support of  Foster Dogs Inc. on August 27.

Foster Dogs Inc. is a nonprofit organization that connects rescue programs, adopters, foster parents and other partners together to help find shelter for animals in need. In 2018, every dog that came into Foster’s found a safe place to stay, and they plan to continue that mission into this year. You can learn more about their work here.

As for the event  — guests can expect games (namely, bingo) as well as the chance to meet and adopt some local dogs. To score tickets, all you have to do is donate a minimum of $10 at the door to Foster Dogs Inc. No advanced registration is required. And if you’re not in the market for a new pup, you can also bring yours along to play with the pack as well! Just keep them on their leash.

We know that Swisher, one of our OG Points Pups, will be excited to meet them.

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Food and beverages will be available for purchase upon arrival. Events kick off at 7 PM and end at 9 PM at Boris & Horton, 195 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009. And don’t forget to share this event on Facebook if you’re interested in coming.
So come on down, don’t be a paw-ty pooper!
Featured image by The Points Guy. 
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