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Daiquiri Deck promotion supports service dog program

Daiquiris for Dogs seeks to raise $10,000 for Southeastern Guide Dogs.

Southeastern Guide Dogs of Palmetto provides service dogs to recipients at no cost.
Southeastern Guide Dogs of Palmetto provides service dogs to recipients at no cost.
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Daiquiris aren’t for dogs, but Daiquiri Deck is partnering with Southeastern Guide Dogs to raise $10,000 in April through its Daiquiris for Dogs program. During the monthlong effort, customers will have the opportunity to round up their checks to donate to the organization that provides guide dogs to recipients at no charge.

“Our hope is to raise $2,000 at each of our five locations for a total of $10,000,” said Daiquiri Deck Chief Marketing Officer Michelle Smith in a release. “We are grateful for the opportunity to work with Southeastern Guide Dogs and our team is working hard to help spread awareness to support the amazing work they do in our community and beyond.” 

In addition to providing dogs with quality pedigrees free of charge, Southeastern Guide Dogs is the only working dog school to offer graduates lifetime alumni support, which includes dog food and preventatives.  

All the money raised will go directly towards the nonprofit organization’s mission to transform lives through K-9 companionship, according to the release.



Andrew Warfield

Andrew Warfield is the Sarasota Observer city reporter. He is a four-decade veteran of print media. A Florida native, he has spent most of his career in the Carolinas as a writer and editor, nearly a decade as co-founder and editor of a community newspaper in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.

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