September 8, 2015

Pet Supplies Plus is opening a public dog park named, Pet Supplies Plus Canine Crossroads, situated on the grounds of the brand’s internal distribution center in Seymour, Ind.

With the grand opening date slated for Saturday, September 19 at 11:30 a.m., Pet Supplies Plus will host an official celebration that will include freebies, giveaways, free samples, pet and owner pictures, and some all-around fun. Local pet owners can visit the dog park at 1510 E. 4th Street Rd in Seymour.

Neighbors are invited to get a sneak-peek of the park, accompanied by Pet Supplies Plus staff members and local dignitaries, at a ribbon cutting event on Friday, Sept. 18 at 11 a.m. The rapidly expanding franchise opened the 760,000-square-foot wholesale operation in 2013 to ease the process of product distribution for its partners across 25 Eastern states. The company is now happy to transform part of the grounds into an area where local neighbors can relax and play with their beloved pets.

“We are thrilled to be able to take part of our distribution center and turn it into a slightly different operation that serves the needs of our loyal neighbors and their pets in a more playful way,” said Chris Rowland, CEO of Pet Supplies Plus. “Opening this dog park to local community members aligns with our core pet-centric values that includes providing the best product and experience for these very special furry friends.”


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