Haley Dreis will donate $1,000 do the animal shelter once she get 10,000 hits for her YouTube music video.
By: Robert Baker
USC student Haley Dreis had a year to create a song and turn it into a music video as part of her senior thesis. She decided to use this project as a way to bring attention to the homeless animal population.
"I decided that since Pets Inc. was such a big help with my music video, that for every ten thousand people that viewed it on You Tube, I would donate a thousand dollars to the non-profit animal shelter in West Columbia, to help puppies like this home find their forever homes", says Dreis.
Dreis's video has received over two thousand views since it debuted in March, but will need a lot more views to get to her goal of ten thousand hits.