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Phoenix agency’s social media contest has gone to the dogs

Sep 2, 2019, 5:02 PM
(Serendipit Consulting Photo)...
(Serendipit Consulting Photo)
(Serendipit Consulting Photo)

PHOENIX — Think your dog could be Insta-famous? One Phoenix marketing agency is giving pet lovers the opportunity to do just that.

Serendipit Consulting is hosting a contest where one lucky pet owner will win the Serendipit Ultimutt Pet Influencer Package.

The package features a brand workshop, social media handle, custom branding and a customized social content calendar.

Owners interested in entering their pet can find the application for online.

The application asks pet parents basic questions like how their four-legged friend got their name and what breed they are.

There are also more personality-based questions such as if their dog had a theme song what would it be or what their superpower would be.

Additionally, the application also asks if the dog already has social media profiles in place.

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Phoenix agency’s social media contest has gone to the dogs