In the final announcements of our price packages we have wonderful raffle prizes from our own brothers.
First up, there will be a certificate donated by Pup Danger, who is the talent behind Dangerous Designs. You have scene his great collars, and he has donated 1 certificate to get a custom chain collar of your own! Perfect!
And lastely our dear friends at Dog House Leathers has put together a prize basket of awesome gear that you will just have to see to believe. You know Doghouse is Seattle best place for all your pup gear needs and they have been a great supporter of SEA-PAH from the very beginning.
Remember to check out the rules about our raffle by going to http://seapah.com/unleashed-raffle/
Please we also have a letter from our presi-kitty about tonight! Got to check this out!
Getting together the last bit of stuff for tonight’s Unleashed A Locker Room Romp
Our Djs Bloodwiser and Ezo are warming up and getting some great tunes together.
No Safeword Show is testing out the mics and Daddy Tony is thinking up his opening “Hello my Little…” And Sparky is well… putting up with Daddy.
Speaking of Daddy Tony I bet he’s starting to figure out what floggers and paddles he’s going to bring for his Impact Demo
Chris is figuring out what rope to bring for his demo. I wonder who he will tie up. Maybe it will be you :3
Oh hey I also just found out our International Puppy Figaro and NW Handler Daddy Rodney will be joining us. Feel free to tackle them they give good pets.
We have our sponsor raffle already
Huge toy pack from Ox Balls
Couple of toy packs from The Dogs Bolloxx
Gifts from Steamworks including free rooms
Bunch of goodies from Dog House Leather
Fun items from Toys in Babe Land
And a custom collar from Dangerous Designs
As for me. Well I get to let out a sigh of relief watching this event lift up off of the ground. The idea has evolved a few time but it’s coming together nicely.
I’d really like to take a moment and thank my board for all the hard work they have put into this. Your out standing work is about to pay off.
President of SEA-PAH