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Join us at Toyota of Manhattan on Wednesday April 24, 2013 to Play Poker for a Cause, to benefit City Critters...
and ANTE Up for the Animals!
Buy in for just $75 for a chance to WIN a CAR!*
Play to WIN amazing prizes including:
- SCION Car (2-Year Lease)
- Win a Seat at a WSOP event of your choice. $1000 voucher
- A Poker CRUISE on Royal Caribbean (for Royal Flush Winner)
This fun poker party tournament will raise money for City Critters. City Critters, Inc. is a small 501(c)(3) in Manhattan that performs local cat (and some dog) rescue, adoptions, and TNR.
Learn more at http://bulldogpokerevents.com
Just $75 for 2,500 chips buy-in (when you purchase in advance)
($100 at the door)
Poker Balls! Specialty Vodka Drink with BALLS Vodka
Rum Tastings with Kamoni Ice
Poker Lessons from Poker Prima Divas
Beer from Sixpoint
Awesome Goodie Bags
Delicious Gourmet Food from Local Restaurants
Mix & Mingle with NYC's Finest
Adoptable Cats from City Critters
A BIG THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS:
Goodie Bag Sponsors:
When & Where
City Critters, Inc.
City Critters, Inc. is a small 501(c)(3) in Manhattan that performs local cat (and some dog) rescue, adoptions, and TNR.
Our mission is to reduce the suffering and death of animals in our city by rescuing and placing stray and abandoned cats, kittens, and occasionally dogs; by promoting the spay/neuter of all companion animals; by educating the public on local animal issues; by offering advice or assistance to local individuals on problems involving homeless cats and dogs; and by working within our community to support the human-animal bond in all ways possible.
New York City is not a hospitable environment for homeless animals. The plight of these animals has led to the growth of a strong animal rescue network in New York. City Critters works in conjunction with other groups to place stray and abandoned cats, as well as to reduce euthansia at the municipal shelter system by accepting their animals for placement through our network.
Learn more at http://www.citycritters.org.