Saturday, December 26, 2009

Now is the BEST time to buy your 2010 calendar from Rational Animal

Now is the BEST time to buy your 2010 calendar from Rational Animal!

If you missed the great party at The Eldridge on December 18th, you missed a great party but not your last opportunity to get a great deal on your copy of Rational Animal's 2010 calendar just in time for the new year!

Rational Animal has seen continued coverage in media for its unique 2010 calendar project, "In Perfect Harmony: Music Legends and their Animals", which pairs vintage rock photography from the archives of the Morrison Hotel Gallery, with Rational Animal's mission for increasing public awareness of at-risk animals.

Founder and Director, Susan Brandt, was interviewd at KLOS radio in on December 9th then with Q104's Shelli Sonstein on December 16th, with an additional mention by the radio station's Ken Dashow on December 24th.

"In Perfect Harmony" was also covered in the December 19th issue of the New York Daily News and in Us Weekly online.

The calendar even made the Rolling Stone online gift guide, which was a tremendous achievement!

Why is NOW the best time to get this one-of-a-kind gift? A promo code has just been opened up to the public. Through December 31st only, use "Q104" at checkout here, and get 2 for every 1 purchased!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Rational Animal End-of-Year Bash in NYC

Rational Animal presents a fabulous year-end bash!
Friday, December 18th
The Eldridge

247 Eldridge St.
(between E.Houston and Stanton St.) New York, NY
SUGGESTED DONATION: $25: gets you in the door and an "In Perfect Harmony: Music Legends and their Animals" 2010 calendar + bonus gift.

SPECIALTY DRINK: The Eldridge Mixologist will be making the "In Perfect Harmony" cocktail.


With support from The Eldridge and Amici della Cultura Italiana clubs.
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Questions? Email

Friday, December 4, 2009

News about Rational Animal 2010 Calendar + December 18th Benefit

We are thrilled to report that we have earned more media coverage for the 2010 calendar, "In Perfect Harmony: Music Legends and Their Animals". Check us out on Rolling Stone online!
Other coverage includes:

We are also now listed on Do some holiday shopping, and put this unique calendar in your shopping cart -- all sales go directly to Rational Animal for our continuing projects to raise public awareness of at-risk animals.

Recently, the FIT Italian Club sold dozens of calendars for Rational Animal. We are very grateful for their efforts and are pleased to announce that they are also throwing us an end-of-year benefit.

Friday, December 18th
10pm (until about 12am)
The Eldridge, located at 247 Eldridge St. (between E. Houston & Stanton St.)
Celebrate with Rational Animal as we close out another year of awareness projects focused on at-risk animals and animal welfare issues and rescue groups. We will have give-aways for you and your four-legged friends and plenty of "In Perfect Harmony" calendars for sale ($25 each).

MUSIC! DJ Phresh will start spinning tunes at 10pm.
LIBATIONS! The Eldgridge is offering discounted drink specials.
FREE STUFF! Rational Animal will have some sweet give-aways.
BONUS! Rational Animal will throw in a special extra gift with each purchase of the 2010 In Perfect Harmony calendar.
It's FREE but we appreciate any donations, and we'll have lots of In Perfect Harmony calendars for sale!

Check out our Facebook Event listing where you can also invite all your friends!!

ABOUT THE CALENDAR: The calendar, titled “In Perfect Harmony: Music Legends and their Animals” appeals to music, art, photography, and animal lovers everywhere. Recently featured in Rolling Stone, the New York Post, Radar, and, “In Perfect Harmony” includes fine art prints of music legends including Michael Jackson, Sting, Billie Holiday and John Lennon enjoying time with an animal friend. Each month a beautifully reproduced photograph includes the photographer's first-hand story behind the photo, as well as animal holidays and animal-themed quotations. Contributing photographers include: Janette Beckman, Pattie Boyd, Danny Clinch, Henry Diltz, Lynn Goldsmith, Herman Leonard, Neal Preston, Frank Stefanko, Barrie Wentzell, and Robert Whitaker.

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