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Zootoo.com's $1 million makeover: What others are saying

Thursday, April 9, 2009 | 12:01 a.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Despite Randy Grim's allegations that Zootoo.com has not fulfilled its promise to provide a $1 million make-over to his St. Louis-based Stray Rescue, Columbia residents remain confident in the Zootoo contest. Columbia was named one of the top 10 finalists in this year's competition on Wednesday.

Here's what other publications have to say about Zootoo.com and its $1 million contest:

The Associated Press: $1 million Mo. animal shelter makeover never happened by Cheryl Wittenauer

Riverfront Times: Randy Grim's Stray Rescue Still Awaiting Its Million-Dollar Makeover by Chad Garrison

 

KRCG 13's Connect mid-Missouri: Questions over shelter makeover contest by Colleen Hogan,  and Hundreds dress in blue to greet Zootoo, support shelter makeover by Colleen Hogan

 

The Columbia Tribune: Zootoo Tour by The Tribune's Staff

My Missourian: How to support CMHS on Zootoo.com

 

Central Missouri Humane Society: Go Blue for Zootoo

 

KOMU: Top Ten But Not a Winner Yet by Jennifer Kovaleski

 

Superior Telegram: Humane Society moves closer to makeover

 

Tampa Tribune (Hernando Today): Humane Society is finalist in zootoo.com competition by Kyle Martin

 

Coastal Courier: Shelter makes cut, still may get $1M makeover by Patty Leon


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