You may recall from the beginning of this year our Step Up! Community Service Project, where KK BOLD chose three non-profit organizations to be voted upon by the community to receive a $15,000 marketing package. Or you don’t recall that, because you’ve probably been pretty busy. Anyway, if you do remember that, you probably also remember the winner was Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue, a Mandan-area organization dedicated to the rescue, care, nurturing and rehabilitation of miniature equine and other animals that have been abused or neglected. In the months since their victory, we’ve done a lot of work for Triple H, and we wanted to share some of it so everyone can see the valuable work that Triple H performs.
The biggest project we assisted Triple H with was the creation of two different websites: the Triple H website at hhhmhr.org and another for Atti’s Eats (their pet food and supply pantry) at attiseats.com. Both websites were a labor of love for our team, of whom several are very big proponents of pet and animal rescue efforts. Triple H’s new websites are both responsive sites that feature parallax scrolling. The Triple H website features the horses and other animals currently up for adoption on the homepage. If you visit, be prepared for the sudden overwhelming urge to adopt a horse for possibly the first time in your life. There’s also a link to the Facebook page for Lil Miss Chevious, an orphaned goat being raised at Triple H who currently has over 1,200 likes. That’s a ridiculously popular goat.
In addition, we helped Triple H launch a GoFundMe page at gofundme.com/893qtcxk to help them raise needed funds for the costs associated with rescuing animals. If you’re of the generous persuasion, we would persuade you to visit their GoFundMe and assist them in their efforts. We can speak from experience that it feels really, really good.
We’ve also recently worked to generate media and public interest for Country Fun Day, a 5K fun run and petting zoo Triple H held at the end of September. The event was a big success, and we’re happy to have helped them out with it.
It’s been a great year working with Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue, and we’ll send them one last congratulations on their well-deserved win. We’re happy to have helped them take a Step Up!, so to speak, and we hope they continue their success for years to come. We’re also holding out hope that, sometime before the end of the year, they’ll bring one of those miniature horses to the office. We’ll put down newspapers, just in case.