Where’s Major Campaign
Since June, Major Muskrat has been visiting National Parks and attractions all over world from Michigan to California to Japan and Germany. We are taking Major across the world with our Where’s Major and Adopt-a-Major Campaign.
The Where’s Major community campaign will kick off in November. We will provide each of our small business members with a Major Muskrat plush toy and a 8.5×11 cardboard sign. The sign will have “Where’s Major” along with the rules of the game. Each Small Business member will place Major Muskrat and the sign anywhere in their business.
- Daily clues of where to find Major Muskrat will be broadcast live on local radio stations. After the clues are revealed, we will post the clues on our Foundation Facebook page and website (www.battlefieldfoundation.org). Entries must meet all requirments (selfie and tags).
- When a Major Muskrat is found, individuals will take a selfie and post it on Facebook. They must tag your business, the Foundation, and #wheresmajor.
- Each time a person posts a photo with the correct tags will count as an entry into the drawing for a large flat screen TV.
This is a great way to get the community to your business as well as bring the entire community together. The Where’s Major Campaign is open to businesses who are members of our Foundation and are within Monroe County, Southern Wayne County, and Northern Toledo Ohio.
Be a part of this amazing campaign! Become a Where’s Major Small Business Member!
- Featured Business in our “Where’s Major” Campaign
- Name Recognition on our Website
- Tagged in Social Media Posts
- Foundation Member Sticker
- Major Muskrat Visits Your Business in 2019
Major wants everyone to understand the importance of keeping America beautiful and cleaning up after themselves. They will learn the Untold Story of the War of 1812 and the significance of the waterways and land.
We want people to show Major the World. We are encouraging visitors to purchase a Major Muskrat plush toy for $15.
A percentage of each Major Muskrat purchased will be used to create green spaces at a school in Monroe County and a school in Detroit.