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Close to life-size cutouts of shelter animals used to increase adoptions

Source: Lennar Facebook Page Source: Lennar Facebook Page
Source: Grand Strand Humane Society Facebook Page Source: Grand Strand Humane Society Facebook Page

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – In an effort to increase adoptions by 20 percent in the final quarter and place more pets in new homes, Lennar is partnering with the Grand Stand Humane Society and featuring close to life-size cutouts of a pair of shelter animals in its Horry County Communities Welcome Home Centers.

The President of the Grand Strand Humane Society, Elena Nicholas said, “We're delighted to partner with Lennar, and get more animals placed with loving families. Our organization is committed to giving abandoned animals a second chance and we hope they'll get it in a brand-new Lennar home."

On October 3, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., Lennar and the Humane Society will host an adoption kickoff event at Lennar’s Covington Lake East community, located at 3003 Cristine Court in Myrtle Beach.

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