Indianapolis is now in a tight race with Raleigh, North Carolina to win Beneful’s dog park makeover.
If Indy Parks is successful, its Broad Ripple Bark Park would take home $30,000. The contest, which also includes $5,000 in new equipment, runs through Nov. 1 at 11:59 p.m.
“We need as many votes as we can get,” said Linda Broadfoot, director of Indy Parks, encouraging residents to keep voting through tomorrow. “There’s no denying the impact $30,000 would have on the dog park’s existing play spaces and the more than 800 dogs and families we serve annually.”
The Broad Ripple Bark Park was established in 1999 as Indianapolis’ first dog park.
To vote, visit http://wm6.walmart.com/Beneful and select Indianapolis.
Or, post your vote using your Twitter and/or Instagram account. Be sure to include hashtags for both the contest name and city -- #BenefulDogPark and #Indianapolis. And, include a photo of the dog park, dogs having fun or some connection to the park.