post-title 2016 Dallas Cowboys Player Calendar to Benefit DFW Rescue Me

2016 Dallas Cowboys Player Calendar to Benefit DFW Rescue Me

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2016 Dallas Cowboys Player Calendar to Benefit DFW Rescue Me

Dallas Cowboys 2105 Calendar

Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Tyron Smith on the cover of the 2015 calendar (COURTESY OF COSTA SPORTS MARKETING)

Love dogs? Love the Dallas Cowboys? Love DFW Rescue Me? Or all of the above? Then you’re gonna love this.

Costa Sports Marketing is preparing to launch their second annual Dallas Cowboys Player Calendar, and there is still time to be a part of the action!

The calendar will feature photos of several Dallas Cowboys players and their adopted pets and is sure to bring out the warm fuzzies in even the most hard core sports fan.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for companies and now, families, and individuals who would like to appear in the calendar have special donation options as well! All proceeds will benefit DFW Rescue Me, a local rescue group here in the Dallas area.

To download the Sponsorship packet, click here.

To download the Family & Individual donation packet, click here.

About DFW Rescue Me

DFW Rescue Me is an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to provide a “new leash on life” by finding permanent and loving homes for lost, abused, and abandoned dogs. While primarily working with animal shelters, their goal is to ensure that every adoptable dog is given the opportunity to become a family member in a loving home.

Since its inception in 2011, DFW Rescue Me has saved over 1,900 dogs and their numbers continue to grow. Their volunteers work tirelessly to rescue not only homeless dogs, but also those who have been abused and neglected.

About Costa Sports Marketing

Costa Sports Marketing is a full-service advertising and sports marketing agency based in Dallas, TX. Founder Leigh Costa has had a strong love and compassion for rescuing dogs since age 4, when she and her mom rescued her first black Lab/Pit Bull mix from a local pound. Today, she and her boyfriend Tyron Smith have 6 dogs, three who were adopted by Leigh and Tyron from Dallas Animal Services and three from other local rescues.

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