When Parkmall invited me to judge a dog show, no one was more surprised than me.
I replied, “Uy hahaha I have to decline. I don’t know anything about dogs. I’m not really a dog person. I think my wife might be a better candidate.”
Then they clarified that it was for the Pawshionista Pet Runway Competition, pets and their owners strut their stuff wearing the national costume from their assigned country. Always up for something fun, I said yes.
Zerothreetwo has been working with Parkmall for about a year now, I’m always left impressed with their focus on community. Giving back to their customers is the goal of these events. It’s no wonder that after all these years, Parkmall continues to grow despite the many new malls popping up in our city.
They are here for the long run.
The Pet Festival was another example of their focus on costumers. They have long announced the mall as pet friendly, but this event showed they were willing to walk the talk.
As I’ve admitted at the top of the post, I’m not a dog person, but I see the value of appealing towards people who love something so dearly such as their pets. My experience being a judge of Pawshionista was an opportunity for me to try something new, but for the participants of the event, it was an opportunity to show their passion towards what they love. It was the one event of the year when they could proudly hold their furry little creature and show them off to the world.
Looking forward for more to come from Parkmall.
*Photos from Parkmall