NATIONAL PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“CHICKEN STIMULUS PACKAGE”
The Chicken Whisperer & The Roswell Chicken Outlaw are Giving Away 600 Baby Chicks!
Roswell, Georgia – The host of the nationally broadcast radio show “Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer” and Andrew Wordes, the Roswell Chicken Outlaw will be giving away 600 baby chicks to promote the keeping of backyard pet poultry in Roswell, Georgia and neighboring communities.
Andy G. Schneider, AKA The Chicken Whisperer said that the President of America’s Web Radio, David Moxley came to him with the idea after having Mr. Wordes on our nationwide radio show, and seeing the national media coverage about Andrew Wordes pet chicken battle in the City of Roswell, Georgia. The Chicken Whisperer ran the idea by Andrew Wordes and his Legal Council; the honorable former Georgia Governor Roy Barnes who agreed that it was a great idea.
The baby chicks have been donated by Andrew Wordes and hatcheries all across America to help promote backyard chicken ownership. Only two chicks will be given away to each family. They will come with a starter bag of feed, detailed care instructions, local avian veterinarian contact information, and a list of local chicken supply stores. This is our own small “Chicken Stimulus Package” to teach the people of Roswell and other neighboring communities how to become a little more self-sufficient, and how keeping backyard pet chickens is a good start that will provide them with years of healthy, safe, and nutritious eggs.
The event will be held on Saturday, April 11th starting at 8:00am at the Greenwoods on Green Street restaurant in Roswell, Georgia. Located at 1087 Green Street Roswell, Georgia 30075. America’s Web Radio will be broadcasting live during the event, and the 600 baby chicks will be given away on a first come first served basis.
All donations will be given to L. Moffit Institute for Cancer Research.
Please Note: These are NOT dyed Easter chicks! They are NOT intended to be Easter basket surprises! This event is to promote backyard pet poultry, and living a more self-sufficient lifestyle. Baby chicks require care, and will grow into big adult chickens. Do not participate in this program if you have no intentions of keeping your pet chickens for many years to come. If at any time you can’t keep your pet chickens please contact us. We will find good homes for them.
*Baby chicks can carry salmonella so you should always wash your hands thoroughly with warm soap and water after handling them.
*Only two baby chicks will be given to each family. No exceptions!