Sirtrack Supporting N/a’an ku sê

Naankuse-Logo-Black-Transparent-LargeTo the whole team at Sirtrack,

I wanted to personally send you our 2011 Thank you video which highlights the achievements we have made together for the people and animals at N/a’an ku sê. Thank you for everything you’ve done in 2011 to help make this happen – from sponsoring collars to help us safely release threatened cheetahs and sharing our news and stories with your clients - here’s to a successful 2012 together!

Please enjoy it and feel proud of the difference you’ve made:

 

 



Just to let you know, our Wild Animal Orphans TV series premieres on Tuesday 6th March on Animal Planet across Africa, as well as in Holland, Belgium, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Turkey, many other European countries, across the Middle East and Russia. I’m currently seeing how I can get you a copy of Groen so you can see the exposure you got. I might have to wait until all 13 episodes of WAO is aired before sending to you, hope that’s ok.


With best wishes,


Lucy Hale
Fundraising and Marketing Manager
N/a’an ku se Foundation
www.naankuse.com

Naankuse

To the whole team at Sirtrack,

I wanted to personally send you our 2011 Thank you video which highlights the achievements we have made together for the people and animals at N/a’an ku sê. Thank you for everything you’ve done in 2011 to help make this happen – from sponsoring collars to help us safely release threatened cheetahs and sharing our news and stories with your clients - here’s to a successful 2012 together!

Please enjoy it and feel proud of the difference you’ve made:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-wHpBVytrI&;feature=plcp&context=C300d1dbUDOEgsToPDskK2BT7ILrG91-MWctn4Pyx9

Just to let you know, our Wild Animal Orphans TV series premieres on Tuesday 6th March on Animal Planet across Africa, as well as in Holland, Belgium, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Turkey, many other European countries, across the Middle East and Russia. I’m currently seeing how I can get you a copy of Groen so you can see the exposure you got. I might have to wait until all 13 episodes of WAO is aired before sending to you, hope that’s ok.

With best wishes,

Lucy Hale

Fundraising and Marketing Manager

N/a’an ku se Foundation

www.naankuse.com

TTo the whole team at Sirtrack,

I wanted to personally send you our 2011 Thank you video which highlights the achievements we have made together for the people and animals at N/a’an ku sê. Thank you for everything you’ve done in 2011 to help make this happen – from sponsoring collars to help us safely release threatened cheetahs and sharing our news and stories with your clients - here’s to a successful 2012 together!

Please enjoy it and feel proud of the difference you’ve made:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-wHpBVytrI&feature=plcp&context=C300d1dbUDOEgsToPDskK2BT7ILrG91-MWctn4Pyx9

Just to let you know, our Wild Animal Orphans TV series premieres on Tuesday 6th March on Animal Planet across Africa, as well as in Holland, Belgium, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Turkey, many other European countries, across the Middle East and Russia. I’m currently seeing how I can get you a copy of Groen so you can see the exposure you got. I might have to wait until all 13 episodes of WAO is aired before sending to you, hope that’s ok.

 

With best wishes,

 

Lucy Hale

Fundraising and Marketing Manager

N/a’an ku se Foundation

www.naankuse.como the whole team at Sirtrack,

I wanted to personally send you our 2011 Thank you video which highlights the achievements we have made together for the people and animals at N/a’an ku sê. Thank you for everything you’ve done in 2011 to help make this happen – from sponsoring collars to help us safely release threatened cheetahs and sharing our news and stories with your clients - here’s to a successful 2012 together!

Please enjoy it and feel proud of the difference you’ve made:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-wHpBVytrI&feature=plcp&context=C300d1dbUDOEgsToPDskK2BT7ILrG91-MWctn4Pyx9

Just to let you know, our Wild Animal Orphans TV series premieres on Tuesday 6th March on Animal Planet across Africa, as well as in Holland, Belgium, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Turkey, many other European countries, across the Middle East and Russia. I’m currently seeing how I can get you a copy of Groen so you can see the exposure you got. I might have to wait until all 13 episodes of WAO is aired before sending to you, hope that’s ok.

 

With best wishes,

 

Lucy Hale

Fundraising and Marketing Manager

N/a’an ku se Foundation

www.naankuse.com