Through the end of the year, Lennar Myrtle Beach will feature (nearly) life-size cutouts of a pair of shelter animals in Welcome Home Centers at its Horry County communities. The partnership is part of an effort to help the Grand Strand Humane Society increase adoptions by 20% percent year over year in the final quarter of 2015.
“We understand that for many of our residents, no home is complete without a pet,” said Lennar Coastal Carolinas area sales manager Bob Peiffer. “This initiative is a terrific way to add something special to the experience for our home buyers while helping the local pet community.”
Lennar and the Humane Society will host a kickoff adoption event from 11 a. m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3 at Lennar’s Covington Lake East community, 3003 Cristine Court, Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29579. Covington Lake East, one of Lennar’s newest neighborhoods, was selected as the event host site for its robust outdoor spaces and vicinity to the beach. In other words, it’s a perfect spot for dogs.
“We’re delighted to partner with Lennar, and get more animals placed with loving families,” said Grand Strand Humane Society president Elena Nicholas. “Our organization is committed to giving abandoned animals a second chance and we hope they’ll get it in a brand-new Lennar home.”
About the Lennar Coastal Carolinas Division
Currently building homes in 14 Lowcountry and Grand Strand communities, the Lennar Coastal Carolinas Division is one of the largest builders in the Charleston and Myrtle Beach areas. Lennar offers affordable, move-up, and luxury homes and townhomes in communities that cater to almost any lifestyle. To learn more, visit www.Lennar.com/MyrtleBeach or call 843-471-9814.
About the Grand Strand Humane Society
Since 1972, the Grand Strand Humane Society has been taking in and caring for homeless and abandoned animals found in the city limits of Myrtle Beach, SC. The organization’s commitment to never euthanize an adoptable animal is made possible by generous donations, a successful adoption program and partnerships with rescues across the country. In addition, the Grand Strand Humane Society provides a low cost veterinary clinic three days a week to help prevent unwanted pets in the community. For more information, visit www.grandstrandhumanesociety.com or call (843) 918-4910.