August 1, 2013

Invisible Fence Brand is expanding its network of independent dealers in the United States and Canada.

The company offers low investment dealership opportunities and its dealers become part of a national brand with 40 years of experience and 80 percent market share, according to a release by the company.

Invisible Fence Brand said they have seen steady growth in overall sales and dealership locations in North America.

“We’ve seen sales increase thanks to new products that allow us to service a more diverse group of pet owners, and we now have something to offer everyone,” Rick Carthel, who owns the Invisible Fence of Arkansas, said. “We’re excited about even more future innovations coming out and how they will help to grow our business.”

Dealers also receive training and ongoing support in the form of marketing, operations, financing, customer service and sales support, among many other benefits.

For more information on dealership opportunities visit www.InvisibleFence.com/dealer.

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