Trophy Pet Food welcome new franchisees

The Trophy Pet Food franchise has continued its 2016 national growth with the announcement that 4 more new Trophy franchisees have joined the Trophy team in April. That makes 7 new franchisees already this year with 2 more training and launch campaigns already booked for May and June. The new franchisees complete a strong start to 2016, with new territories across the UK.  

Trophy Pet Foods welcome:

Chris Hawkes – Trophy Pembrokeshire

Ian & Cheryl Cleary – Trophy Pet Foods Peterborough

Dawn Holmes – Trophy Pet Foods Liverpool

Rachel & Michael Standen – Trophy Pet Foods Lancaster

Paul Noy – Trophy East Anglia

Peter Tullett – Trophy Pet Foods Arden

Stephen Bull – Trophy Swansea 

Trophy Pet Foods’ founder and sales director, Sue Reid, said: “2016 is proving to be a really exciting year for us as we have seen continued growth both in demand for our home delivery service and in our franchise opportunity. We are really pleased to welcome such wonderful new franchisees which ensure that the Trophy free nutritional advice is available to many more pet owners. Our independently certified CPD in pet nutrition and UK pet food legislation program for all our new and existing franchisees is enhancing the in house training provided and allowing our franchisees to offer a complete, professional and qualified service to their customers.

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