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NASCAR Touring Artist Working With PACT for Animals

L-R John Scargall, Kara Fleckt, and PACT For Animals President Buzz Miller

Recording Artist John Scargall helping PACT For Animals raise awareness

Dog-loving Recording Artist John Scargall announced on Wednesday, July 22 that he is working with PACT for Animals to help raise awareness of their incredibly needed organization. PACT for Animals provides foster homes for pets of members of the military on deployment and children and adults in the hospital for an extended period.

“The last thing people should need to worry about while fighting for our country overseas or fighting for their lives in a hospital is the safety of their best friends at home,” Scargall said. “To me, the biggest tragedy here is that the majority of people still don’t know PACT exists, and I aim to change that.”

Scargall has already appeared with PACT for radio interviews. His next project is taping a PBS show called “Steel Sessions”, which will feature Scargall and his band performing a live set. “I absolutely plan on plugging PACT during the taping,” Scargall said.

John Scargall is currently performing at select NASCAR races across the country. His music has trended #1 on Delaware radio, and is being used as the NASCAR ‘15 Video Game theme. John has one Chocolate Lab named Penny, who he calls his “Fur Baby”. His debut album, “Breakthrough”, is releasing in Q4 2015.

You can find out more about PACT for Animals at their website, www.pactforanimals.org

You can find out more about John Scargall at his website, www.johnscargall.com

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