JOIN THE DLB GANG!
We are on the forefront of making change in this space and excited you want to be part of this!
HOW TO JOIN THE EFFORT
Become a monthly subscriber. Buy swag. Spread the messaging. Share media. Adopt, Volunteer, and Foster. Educate your personal friends, family, neighbors - make change within your direct community.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you our media kit. Brand Partnerships include saturated tagging on social media content, Business Name and Link in DLB website footer, and physical products naturally integrated (as applicable), plus more... the goal of a brand partnership is to provide awareness for your brand as cause marketing in tandem with the DLB movement. Our demographics are humans who care and want to see change: 85% women and 100% animal lovers.
No, Dallas Love Bugs is not a 501(c)(3) non-profit. 100% of proceeds support the production and promotion of DLB media and communication platforms to effect positive outcomes for shelter pups, correct our broken dog culture, and combat our dog overpopulation crisis & resulting euthanasia rates. #LetsMakeItBetterTogether
Producing social media and online content hard costs include: LABOR/TALENT for strategy, production management, and core creative production costs to film, edit, create graphics, copywriting plus posting tech across various platforms; commentary management and maintenance; direct messaging management; research and maintenance of data for dogs and education featured. DEVELOPMENT hard costs associated with continued communication creativity - creation of new features and products steps include ideation, production mapping and execution, design work, and prototype creation. PLATFORM FEES for websites, integrated online tools and applications, email, payment processing, video and audio editing tools. OFFICE AND LEGAL FEES co-working space (for physical use and public/legal mailing address) and legal (attorney) support. EVENTUALLY... having a "paid a living wage" Full DLB Team to help grow this effort well beyond Dallas! I believe we can create scalable models of action, cultural, and policy change which can then be applied anywhere.