Clifford to celebrate 50th birthday with CET

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 15, 2013

For more information, please contact

Kellie May

CET Promotions & Communications

513-345-6511

kmay@cetconnect.org

 

Clifford to celebrate 50th birthday with CET

 

Hear ye, hear ye! Everyone’s favorite Big Red Dog is turning 50 and we’re hosting a big birthday party in his honor!

 

The Clifford birthday celebration will be from 1pm to 3pm Saturday, Feb. 9th, at the CET studios, 1223 Central Parkway. Join us for activities including crafts, story time, viewings of Clifford programs, meet and greets with the pup himself and more.

 

We’re also excited to announce that Mr. Red (The Running Man) from the Cincinnati Reds, Red the Library Card from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and Buddy the Blood Drop from Hoxworth Blood Center will be there as well as volunteers and pups from Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue!

Since the activities will be ongoing throughout the event, we’d love for you to bring your little ones by anytime! We’ll even have a big birthday card for everyone to sign!

 

This event is free and open to the public, but reservations are a must. Please RSVP to the Kids Club Hotline at 513-345-6508 or email cderkson@CETconnect.org by Friday, February 1st.

 

We’d like to extend a special thank you to our Kids Club sponsors, Sea of Smiles Pediatric Dentistry and The Red Dog Pet Resort and Spa, for their continued support of our activities for kids and this event.

 

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