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Red Bandanna raising money for nonprofit rescue group

Karen Paul, the store manager at the Sandy Springs, poses with the the donation gauge outside of her store. Customers can “round up” their totals through the end of August. (Special Photo)

Karen Paul, the store manager at the Sandy Springs, poses with the the donation gauge outside of her store. Customers can “round up” their totals through the end of August. (Special Photo)

Through the month of August, the Red Bandanna Pet Food stores in metro Atlanta are raising money for an animal rescue.

Customers can donate their extra change from their purchases for the “Round Up for Rescues” program. This can be done with cash, checks, credit and debit cards, and the difference between the actual total and the rounded up amount will raise funds for the Angels Among Us Pet Rescue.

“We already knew we had the best customers in the world, but you guys are amazing,” said Dylan Yellowlees, social marketing manager for Red Bandanna. “So far this month, you have helped us raise over $1,100 for Angels Among Us Pet Rescue by rounding up your purchases. Red Bandanna reminds you to round up at the register all August.”

The goal is to raise $3,000 by the end of the month.

There are three locations in Gwinnett, Sugar Hill, Suwanee and Norcross. To find the nearest location, visit

www.rbpetfood.com, then click “store locations” under “about us” tab.

Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc. is a nonprofit volunteer-based organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in north Georgia.

For more information about “Round Up for Rescues” or for more information on Red Bandanna Pet Food, visit www.rbpetfood.com.