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The William A. Robinson Foundation presents Best in Sheaux 2022, a runway dog show and gala benefiting Robinson’s Rescue Low-Cost Spay/Neuter


Robinson’s Rescue invites you to join us this Saturday, March 12, 2022 for our
largest fundraising event of the year— BEST IN SHEAUX, a runway dog show and gala, presented by The
William A. Robinson Foundation. Best in Sheaux is making its grand “homecoming” return to Riverview
Hall. Doors open at 6:30 pm and this year’s event is open to the public at $100 a ticket!

12 fabulous dogs are finally making a return to the stage and will strut their stuff to win over the voters
for the title of Best in Sheaux. The winner will be chosen by the public who can place their votes for the
“homecoming king or queen” by visiting BIS2022.givesmart.com or by texting BIS2022 to 76278. Votes
are $5.00 each and there is no limit to the number of votes they can place.

A ticket gives you access to an incredible evening filled with dogs, delicious eats by Shreveport’s own
John Cariere, complimentary beer and wine, plus a cash bar, fabulous silent auction and raffle items, and
more! Our “halftime” show will include Best in Sheaux alumni and a Raising Cane’s Shelter Showcase of
adoptable dogs from Caddo Parish Animal Services. Cheer on your favorite furry runway star with a
room full of the SBC’s biggest dog lovers in support of Robinson’s Rescue! The Robinson’s Rescue Best in
Sheaux 2022 Dog Sheaux Winner will be announced immediately following the runway show.
Our silent auction items, raffle tickets and entry tickets can all be purchased online at
BIS2022.givesmart.com. The raffle winners will be announced following the runway show, and our silent
auction will stay live online through Sunday, March 13 th at 5pm.

Best in Sheaux raises funds for Robinson’s Rescue so that we can continue to provide free and low-cost
spay/neuter services to underserved pet owners, to reduce the problem of animal overpopulation.
Every animal we spay or neuter means there are thousands fewer animals born into homelessness or
poverty, most of whom end up living on the streets. By attending Best in Sheaux, or buying raffle tickets,
or taking part in the dog show voting and bidding in the silent auction, you are contributing directly to
Robinson’s Rescue, and helping us achieve our mission to make our region a safer place for pets and the
people who love them.

For additional information, please contact Sherron Bihm, Director of Development, at (318) 221-0017
ex. 9 or Development1@robinsonsrescue.org.

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