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December 14, 2016

Hyper Pet LLC, a leading interactive and innovative dog toy and lifestyle company, is excited to announce that Hyper Pet Executive Vice President Tim Blurton has been promoted to CEO. Blurton brings an extensive and impressive background in the pet industry, working for almost 30 years with some of the biggest brand,s such as Royal Canin and Mars.

Originally hailing from Europe, Blurton received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Manchester in manufacturing engineering. With experience establishing new businesses, such as Royal Canin Veterinary Diets, and in turning declining companies into cash-generating powerhouses, Blurton, who joined Hyper Pet as executive vice president in early 2016, has already proven to be an exceptional addition to the Hyper Pet family. This promotion follows the retirement announcement of Randy Woods, Hyper Pet veteran of 20 years and CEO for the past 12 years.

“I am so proud of the business growth, development and success Hyper Pet has enjoyed over the years,” Woods said. “And, I couldn’t be more confident that under Tim’s new leadership, the company will continue to evolve and deliver success for years to come.”

“There’s no question that I have some big shoes to fill here at Hyper Pet,” Blurton said. “But I am thrilled to be taking the lead as CEO and look forward to constantly innovating with our team and continuing to offer our customers the high quality interactive toys leashes and collars the brand is renowned for.”

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