Read about Animal Rescue Marketing 's founder, Marie Macaspac and her dog Ocean Blue. Marie is also the Marketing Director of Muttville Senior Dog Rescue in San Francisco, CA/
Press and Media
Harold and Nancy Rhee interviewed Marie for their newly launched podcast, This Is Pawprint. Marie tells her story, and shares some marketing tips for animal rescue groups. Click here or the image below to check it out.
The Grey Muzzle Organization features Marie and Her Muttville Fospice Dog: "Muttville's Danny Boy: Bringing "Bark-It" List Joy to Hospice Dogs"
The Grey Muzzle Organization contacted Muttville to contribute a piece for its Grey Matters blog series. Marie's own experience caring for a dog in Muttville's Fospice Program peaked their interest. Here is the story about Danny Boy, a hospice dog with a Bark-it List to fulfill, who brought joy to the humans in his life, as well as other hospice dogs.
Marie was interviewed by Hassina Obaidy to discuss her experiences in fostering and hospicing special needs dogs for Muttville Senior Dog Rescue. The article addressed the sensitive topic of euthanasia.
Read the article here.
TechSoup's Online Coordinator Alexandra Bezdikian interviewed Marie for an article about the growing importance of mobile marketing for non profit organizations. "Marie Macaspac is the marketing wizard behind Muttville Senior Dog Rescue’s mobile strategy." Read the article and watch Marie's interview here.
Don Bleu interviews Muttville founder Sherri Franklin and Marketing Director and foster mom Marie Macaspac on the morning of “Muttville Senior Dog Rescue Day” in San Francisco. Click here to listen to the interview with Sherri Franklin and Marie Macaspac.
A blog post written by Switchblade Creative Studios & AnimalRescueMarketing.com founder, Marie Rochelle Macaspac, it originally published for Muttville Senior Dog Rescue on April 2, 2011 called “What Muttville Means To Me: The Story of Collette”, and then it was picked up by Bella Dog Magazine for their Summer 2011 issue. They featured a full spread for Muttville, also portraying founder Sherri Franklin and the work Muttville accomplished in their first four years.
Marie was interviewed and featured in this video produced by University of San Francisco student Rachelle Phillips about Muttville.