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Central Bark Appoints David Allison as Digital Media Manager

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Central Bark Appoints David Allison as Digital Media Manager

We’re proud to announce that David Allison has been appointed as Central Bark’s new Digital Media Manager and the timing couldn’t be better. We’re a brand on the move with multiple locations having just opened. In fact, we’re also experiencing record setting growth once again with continuous double digit revenue gains and we’ve signed multiple new franchise development agreements in brand new markets. 2023 is going to be a fun ride at Central Bark. READ MORE
Franchising.com: Central Bark Franchise Owners Celebrate Explosive Growth

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Franchising.com: Central Bark Franchise Owners Celebrate Explosive Growth

As Central Bark’s leading multi-unit franchise owner, Allen Stanczak frequently fields inquiries from prospective owners about life with the industry-pioneering dog day care brand. READ MORE
Central Bark Signs Newest Franchise Deal in Asheville, N.C.

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Central Bark Signs Newest Franchise Deal in Asheville, N.C.

To best introduce you to Emily and Lisa Fenster, our newest franchisees in Asheville, N.C., we thought you would first want to hear about how they became the pet parents of their dogs Storm and Sir Charles Carmichael, or better known as Chuck. READ MORE
Central Bark Appoints Tim Weiderhoft as Vice President of Franchise Development

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Central Bark Appoints Tim Weiderhoft as Vice President of Franchise Development

We’re proud to announce that Tim Weiderhoft Ed.D., CFE has been appointed as our new Vice President of Franchise Development. This announcement couldn’t come at a more perfect time because Central Bark is a brand on the move. In fact, we’re experiencing record setting growth once again with continuous double digit revenue gains and we’ve signed multiple new franchise development agreements while also opening new locations in brand new cities. READ MORE
Why Veterans Make Great Central Bark Dog Day Care Owners

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Why Veterans Make Great Central Bark Dog Day Care Owners

In general, franchises are an excellent opportunity for aspiring business owners, but veterans are uniquely qualified for this step into entrepreneurship. Operating a franchise successfully requires hard work, determination, and leadership, which members of military tend to possess inherently. Succeeding in a brand’s mission also requires that franchise owners work within a proven system and business model while properly executing on their training. Veterans are no strangers to operating under these conditions and have the decision-making ability to thrive and succeed as small business owners.And thanks to the unique skill set that veterans possess, they can enter, flourish, and thrive in a franchise business in an industry in which they may have no prior experience. That’s why even though veterans only make up 7% of the country’s population, 14% of all franchisees are veterans. Military experience includes leading and motivating people, improving processes, and accomplishing a defined mission. Like the military, successful franchisees and employees accomplish the mission with a team. READ MORE
Which Central Bark Ownership Model is Right for You?

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Which Central Bark Ownership Model is Right for You?

Franchising is a unique business model because it allows entrepreneurs to follow a proven and successful system while still maintaining and cultivating their entrepreneurial spirit that drove them to become small business owners in the first place. By removing some of the roadblocks involved in starting a business from scratch and the effort needed to build a brand following, new franchise owners can really jump right in to running a business instead of creating one. READ MORE