You can WIN tickets to the May Kenny Chesney concert in Van Andel Arena! Seriously, and you only have to do one thing!

Donate Pet Supplies, food, toys, etc. to the Humane Society of West Michigan and you  can Enter to Win Tickets to see Kenny Chesney Live. How do you do this, and where?

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This is Dog Week at DeVos Performance Hall and DeVos Place, Monday, March 13 through Wednesday, March 15. So, before you come down next week to see the Winery Dogs concert, Paw Patrol Live for the kids, or the Humane Society's Paws, Claws & Corks event in the buildings, all you have to do is drop off pet supplies to the Humane Society of West Michigan table in the Grand Gallery at DeVos Place before heading to one of these bark-tastic events.

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Then, after you make your donation, you can enter to win tickets to see the dog-loving Kenny Chesney live at Van Andel Arena on May 6. It's that simple.

The rules are that there is One entry per person per day allowed. All of the supplies collected will go to the Humane Society of West Michigan. Please note that all donations must be new and unopened. Then, the Winner will be picked at random from all who enter on Friday, March 17 and contacted via email.

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Courtesy ASM Global

Also, even if you're not planning on going to any of those shows, donations will also be accepted during this time at the West Michigan Humane Society location in Walker, then you may enter the contest there as well.

So, when and where do you donate:

March 13th 6:00PM – 7:30PM before Winery Dogs
March 14th 4:30PM – 6:00PM before Paw Patrol Live
March 15th 4:30PM – 6:00PM before Paw Patrol Live & Paws Claws and Corks Event
March 14th & 15th 11:00AM – 7:00PM at the Humane Society of West Michigan
3077 Wilson Dr NW Grand Rapids, MI 49534

This totally and win-win for all. You may win Kenny Chesney tickets, and the Humane Society wins by collecting much needed supplies for all of the animals in their care.

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