Press release: Camp Bow Wow
Camp Bow Wow, the largest and leading doggy day care and boarding franchise, announces a record franchise sales year with a 16 percent increase in units sold that continued to propel the company forward as a leader in the pet care industry in 2019. Through the achievements of the company’s corporate team and franchise network, the $125+ million-dollar brand welcomed over 230,000 customers in the past year with 4.7 million dog visits.
As the largest pet care franchise, Camp Bow Wow grew the brand’s presence across North America in 2019 and penetrated new markets through strategic franchisee partners:
In conjunction with the high-growth of Camp Bow Wow’s franchise network, the company was also awarded numerous accolades as a further testament to its leadership position in the doggy day care and boarding sector:
“Our company’s momentum speaks to the successful and collaborative partnership between our corporate support team and franchise owners,” said Julie Turner, president of Camp Bow Wow. “As we enter 2020, we’re excited to continue our strategic growth with new camps across the United States and Canada, and provide our premium services to more happy campers than ever before.”
With over 170 open camps across 42 states and Canada, Camp Bow Wow continues to expand its commitment to ensuring all dogs lead happy and healthy lives across North America. A passion shared through the corporate team and franchise network, Camp Bow Wow touts 43 percent of their system as multi-unit owners who have invested in multiple franchised locations.
Camp Bow Wow further celebrated the 2019 successes of the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, the company’s nonprofit organization, which provides funds to individuals struggling to cover their veterinary bills for serious ailments, and to shelters and rescue organizations that needed assistance to cover necessary medical treatments for dogs awaiting adoption. Dedicated to giving back to local communities across North America, the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation awarded $120,000 in grants to 112 sick and injured dogs in the past year.