Austin-Based ThunderCloud Subs Launches Annual #ThunderPets Drive

AUSTIN, TX — ThunderCloud Subs officials have announced the return of the chain’s annual #ThunderPets benefiting Emancipet — the Austin-based nonprofit on a mission to make high-quality veterinary care affordable and accessible to all pet owners.

The campaign kicked off on Monday and runs through April 29. ThunderCloud invites you to get a tie-dye ThunderPets bandana at any ThunderCloud Subs location when making a $5 donation to Emancipet. The limited edition tie-dye ThunderPets bandanas are available in large or small sizes at all 31 ThunderCloud Subs locations during regular store hours.

This is the third year for ThunderCloud Subs to run its popular ThunderPets campaign, officials said. The bandanas are expected to sell out fast this year, so customers are encouraged to get theirs early while supplies last, they added.

"Four-legged companions are part of our family at ThunderCloud Subs, and we want to do our part to make sure people and their pets in Austin get the care they need," Mike Haggerty, co-owner of ThunderCloud Subs., said in a prepared statement. "That’s why we choose to support Emancipet through our annual #ThunderPets campaign."

One of the features of the ThunderPets campaign is a social media photo contest component. Those posting a public photo of their pet wearing his or her ThunderPets bandana on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #ThunderPets will be entered to win prizes including ThunderCloud gift cards, Emancipet swag, dog and cat treats, and more.

Four winners will be announced and notified on social media throughout the campaign, and two grand prize winners will be announced and notified on social media once the campaign concludes, officials said.

For more information about ThunderCloud Subs’ ThunderPets campaign, click here.

There are nearly two dozen locations in Austin and others in Cedar Park, Pflugerville and Round Rock. For a list of locations, click here.

>>> Images courtesy of ThunderCloud Subs

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