Jen and Chase Utley started The Utley Foundation to bring awareness to the heinous animal cruelty crimes happening right under our noses and to educate the public on the proper treatment of animals. Jen and Chase work in tandem with the PSPCA to bring awareness and raise money for the cause. They do it by turning the Electric Factory into a casino and throwing a badass party.
But the most important guests of all were the brave men and women who are truly fighting the war on Animal Cruelty - the animal cops. They have saved countless lives and have taken down some of the worst dog fighting rings in the city, putting themselves in extremely dangerous situations to protect the innocent. The PSPCA's positive outlook and constant determination to protect those who cant protect themselves is what keeps them going strong - And The Utley Foundation shares some of their amazing success stories on their website.
Introducing, The Art - o - Mat
Art comes in all shapes and sizes- And sometimes in the shape of a cigarette box. If you are an artist looking for a fun project, an extra marketing opportunity or an art lover on a budget - look no further. Clark Whittington has come up with the idea to recycle old cigarette vending machines and turn them into original art dispensors.
Now there are over 100 locations in the country and over 400 participating Artists. To find a location or find out how to submit your work....OR HOW TO GET ONE, visit:
So the next time you run into one of these non-cancer-causing-art-machine's - buy a pack of Blair Barbour's.