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Summit VetPharm Announces Second Winner in Its 'Great Vectra 3D(TM)' $125,000 Giveaway
Date:4/2/2008

FORT LEE, N.J. April 2, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Paul Hartman of Upper Union Street Veterinary Hospital in Schenectady, NY was chosen in the February drawing of Summit VetPharm's "The Great Vectra 3D(TM)" $125,000 Giveaway. Dr. Hartman is the second winner in this multi-level contest and will receive $25,000 in medical equipment for his veterinary clinic. Dr. Hartman work closely with the rescue organizations including Homeward Bound, Spay USA, and AWOLPET.com. There will be one more lucky $25,000 winner in a drawing in March, and a final grand prize winner who will win $50,000 in medical equipment for their practice.

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"The Great Vectra 3D" $125,000 Giveaway is being held from January 3 to March 31, 2008 and is part of Summit VetPharm's introductory sales incentive program for Vectra 3D, a new broad-spectrum topical that effectively protects dogs against three vectors -- fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. All four winners of the contest will be flown to New York City in May 2008 for an all-expense- paid awards ceremony weekend.

Dr. Hartman graduated from Colorado State Veterinary College in 1973. He is celebrating his 30th year of ownership of his Upper Union Street practice in Schenectady, NY. As a sole practitioner, Dr. Hartman provides services for companion and small animals as well as avians and exotics.

"We are always looking to update our clinic with the most modern equipment so I felt very fortunate to be the recipient of such a useful prize," said Dr. Hartman. "Our clinic will definitely benefit from this new medical equipment and be able to better serve all our patients."

Dr. Hartman also works with charities including Homeward Bound, Spay USA and AWOLPET.com. His clinic works closely with Homeward Bound, a not for profit organization that rescues dogs that have been turned over to shelters. Homeward Bound dogs live in a foster home with a Homeward Bound volunteer until they go to their forever homes. The organization has rescued stray animals from all over the country including many dogs from Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Hartman performs up to 8 surgeries per day on Homeward Bound dogs.

Summit VetPharm

Founded by veterinarians and experienced industry professionals, Summit VetPharm is committed to protecting the health and welfare of both companion animals and companion animal veterinary practices. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Sumitomo Corporation and part of the Sumitomo Corporation group of companies, Summit VetPharm is backed by a longstanding reputation for values and ethics in business and is dedicated to raising the standards in animal health. Summit VetPharm is headquartered in Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA. For more information, visit Summit VetPharm at http://www.summitvetpharm.com


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