SKOUT DEALS HELPS HURRICANE HARVEY VICTIMS AND THEIR PETS

Austin Based Skout Deals Helps Hurricane Harvey Victims and Their Pets

Austin, TX – Skout Deals, a national deal finding app, is helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey through raising money from every app download and providing their app as a source to connect those in need with those who are helping.

Skout Deals has made the commitment to donate $.25 cents to Austin Pets Alive! for everyone who downloads and registers on the app through September 9th. The Skout Deals app can be downloaded for free on iOS in the App Store or on Android from the Google Play Store.

According to the APA website, there has been an overflow of incoming animals at Austin Pets Alive!, a local pet rescue shelter. Over 235 pets have been transported within the past couple of days from Houston and shelters or cities in direct path of Hurricane Harvey.

“When reading about the intake process for these pets and the cost being $20,000 alone, and hearing APA was putting out a call for financial support, my team and I brainstormed how we could help. Our goal is to raise the entire $20,000 that they need and hopefully more” said Bryan. “We’re just hoping to make a bit of a difference any way we can and support our fellow Texans in Austin, Houston, and surrounding areas”.

In addition, Skout Deals is allowing individuals and local businesses to post deals and free stuff on the app at no cost to offer assistance or help to Hurricane Harvey victims. Whether you’re offering free food or clothing for families who may be in need, Skout Deals is providing people in the Houston area and surrounding cities the capability to utilize the Skout Deals app to really help others. It’s all in an effort to help people find what they need and also share what they have with others locally.

“We really want to help people connect with other people and businesses that want to help. It’s definitely outside of our regular business model, but it is something we feel compelled to do to help.”, said, Bryan Payne. “Whether it’s a case of water for free or if you’re offering a room for a family to find safety, we want you to post it on our app.”

Businesses or individuals can go to SkoutDeals.com and click “Post deals for Free” to post items they have available to assist those affected.

Skout Deals recommends posting, clothes, food, housing, equipment and more. Whatever items you have available to share, post it on the app and connect with others who need it.

For more information about the campaign visit www.skoutdeals.com/houston-relief

Our goal is to raise the $20,000 dollars that APA! needs. Help out by downloading the Skout Deals app today.

About Skout Deals
Skout Deals is a location-based deal finding app that helps consumers find nearby deals, revolutionizing how people find deals from local merchants. The app consolidates all nearby deals, eliminating the need for consumers to hunt through multiple apps, website, emails, newspapers, flier inserts, and direct mail to find that great deal. Created by deal finders, everything on the app is 25% off or more, and includes features built into the app that minimize effort to find the best deals. The app has over 220,000 merchant locations and 50,000 plus deals available, updated daily direct from over 200 participating national merchants such as Walmart, Best Buy and Target.

For more information contact CEO/Founder, Bryan Payne:
Website: www.skoutdeals.com
Email: bpayne@skoutdeals.com
Phone: 650.249.6265

About Austin Pets Alive!
Austin Pets Alive! is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization. Austin Pets Alive! is focused on saving the healthy and treatable pets at risk of euthanasia at city shelters. Our mission is to promote and provide the resources, education and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals. By developing comprehensive, innovative programs, Austin Pets Alive! has saved more than 25,000 dogs and cats since 2008.

About Skout Deals
Skout Deals is a location-based deal finding app that helps consumers find nearby deals, revolutionizing how people find deals from local merchants. The app consolidates all nearby deals, eliminating the need for consumers to hunt through multiple apps, website, emails, newspapers, flier inserts, and direct mail to find that great deal. Created by deal finders, everything on the app is 25% off or more, and includes features built into the app that minimize effort to find the best deals. The app has over 220,000 merchant locations and 50,000 plus deals available, updated daily direct from over 200 participating national merchants such as Walmart, Best Buy and Target.
For more information visit: https://skoutdeals.com
Media Contact: Bryan Payne bpayne@skoutdeals.com
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