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September 9, 2015

Phillips Pet Food & Supplies expanded into the south central market with the opening a new distribution center in Arlington, Texas. The center’s grand opening event will take place on Thursday, September 17 at 10 a.m. at 3900 New York Avenue.

The center’s location services pet stores, feed stores, veterinarians, breeders, rescues and shelters in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Phillips Pet Food & Supplies celebrated its entry into the booming Arlington market with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and donation to Arlington Animal Services. A representative from the organization attended the grand opening to accept several pallets of food for pets in need.

“We are thrilled to open our first distribution center in Texas in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. In addition to benefitting the many businesses and customers in the metroplex, the new location will also allow us to better access new and nearby markets,” said Blaine Phillips, CEO of Phillips Pet Food & Supplies. “At Phillips Pet, we are committed to providing high quality food and supplies from an assortment of excellent vendors, with the ultimate goal of helping animals across the nation live better lives. Through our donations to shelters and organizations such as Arlington Animal Services, we are able to give much-needed assistance to animals that do not yet have homes.”

During the grand opening, guests were invited to tour the 108,000 square-foot distribution center.

Notable guests in attendance included members of the Arlington City Council, the Arlington City Fire Department, the Arlington Police Department and Arlington Animal Services.

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