Company That Makes N-Bones Ferret Treats Signs On As Corporate Sponsor of Canadian Film.
June 13, 2012 — Canadian Film Director, Alison Parker, has proudly announced that Natural Polymer International Corp a/k/a NPIC, creator of the pet chew toy the N-Bone, (http://www.n-bone.com), is the new Corporate Sponsor of her film The Ferret Squad, which is scheduled to begin filming in August of 2012 in Vancouver, Canada.
NPIC, based out of Plano, Texas, began in 1996 as a biodegradable company focusing in the application of vegetable protein as an alternative to plastic and stryofoam based chew products for pets. In 1998, they developed the N-Bone® product line of long-lasting edible and digestible chew bones and treats. Since then, they have used their patented biodegradable technology to further develop safe and healthy biodegradable chew bones and treats. The Ferret Chew product was introduced in 2000. The N-Bone Ferret Chew Treat is one of the best selling ferret treats on the market. Made with high quality protein and low in fat, ash and magnesium, N-Bone Ferret Chew Treats are a long-lasting chewable toy that offer both functionality and benefits by removing plaque and tartar during chewing.
As Corporate Sponsor of the film, NPIC will have product placement of their ferret treats in the movie as well as their logo on the movie poster, the back of the DVD and will be linked on The Ferret Squad’s website.
The Ferret Squad is a coming of age tale about a young boy named Max (played by Connor Stanhope, known for his role as “Young Lex Luthor” on the TV Show Smallville and as “Jake” in Parker’s short film Jake and Jasper: A Ferret Tale) who wants to own a ferret. Before he can become a ferret owner, he is educated by a shelter owner named Olivia (played by Canadian Award Winning Actress Gabrielle Rose) about the responsibility of caring for the animal. The ferret, Digger, is being portrayed by Parker’s own ferret, Falcor, who fans might remember as “Jasper” from Jake And Jasper: A Ferret Tale. After obtaining the ferret, Max and his father move to California. After moving to his new home, Max joins up with a group of kids known as “The Ferret Squad” whose mission is to rescue ferrets.
The Ferret Squad is slated to begin filming in Canada in the Summer of 2012. People can find more information by visiting the film’s fan page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheFerretSquad or on their official site a twww.theferretsquad.com. To learn more about NPIC and the pet treats, please visit their website at http://www.n-bone.com or visit them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/npic.nbone.
If you would like more information about this project or wish to interview Alison Parker, please contact her directly at (604) 345-3263 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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