PnP nose art

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PnP nose art

Postby Tim Winters on Sun Mar 23, 2014 3:47 pm

I searched the site but couldn't find any pertinent discussions.

Has anyone thought about having PnP "nose art" on their plane? A PnP logo along with a doggie bone (or something) representing every dog transported? Kinda like the nose art on warplanes, except in our case we're not counting kills but rather anti-kills.

Seems it would generate publicity, conversation and be good advertising for the group. It would also be a badge a pride of course.

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Re: PnP nose art

Postby AggieMike88 on Mon May 19, 2014 7:25 pm

Where is the plus one smiley for this idea?
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Re: PnP nose art

Postby Susan Delgado on Wed May 28, 2014 10:08 pm

I know one pilot that had a one page sheet laminated ... it said something like... This plane has transported ____ animals to safety ...Pilots N Paws, etc." Then after each transport he changed the number and left it in the front window.
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