Adopt A Hog

Adopt-A-Hog and be a part of this year’s 2nd Annual Low Country Hog Fest! Low Country Hog Fest is a community event complete with a sanctioned Kansas City Society BBQ contest, live music, kid’s zone, custom car show, tattoo contest, beard & moustache contest, wing eating contest, and corn-hole tournament to benefit MUSC Children’s Hospital. One of the many ways to get involved is through the Adopt –A-Hog program.

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Why Adopt-A-Hog?
Adopt-A-Hog will be a fun way to promote your business and be a part of Low Country Hog Fest while helping MUSC Children’s Hospital.

Who can Adopt-A-Hog?
•Businesses •Groups •Individuals •Anyone!

How Does It Work?
•Purchase a Hog for $125
•Decorate a concrete hog to reflect your business, personality, or statement!
•The Hog Patrol will deliver the hog to you the week of July 6, 2015.
•Display your Hog 2 weeks prior to Low Country Hog Fest, August 19th – September 2nd
•The Hog Patrol will pick up the unique and special hog on Wed., September 2nd for delivery to Hog Fest
•Your Hog will be displayed with signage during the entire event with judging taking place on Saturday, September 5th!
•MUSC Children’s Hospital will send you a tax deductible receipt for your donation.
• 2 Complimentary admission passes to the event.

What Do You Win?
•Special Award •Bragging Rights •Exposure and Promotion with signage, website recognition and link to your website. •Comfort knowing you supported MUSC Children’s Hospital in their efforts to build a NEW Children’s Hospital!

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