Global Pet Expo
April 20, 2020
For immediate release
NorthPoint Pets & Company Awarded “Best Single Store Retailer” at Global Pet Expo 2020
Cheshire, CT – March 2020 – NorthPoint Pets & Company of Cheshire, CT has received a national award for “Best Single Store Retailer” by Pet Business and the Global Pet Expo 2020.
Pet Business and the organizers of Global Pet Expo recently recognized ten outstanding pet specialty retailers at the 9th Annual Retailer Excellence Awards presentation at Global Pet Expo 2020. NorthPoint Pets & Company was chosen from hundreds of specialty pet shops around the country as “Best Single Store Retailer”.
Since opening just 5 years ago, NorthPoint Pets & Company has tripled their square footage, allowing them to add many more products and services.
“We now have a loading dock, a huge classroom, offices, a dog wash, and plenty of freezer space,” says owner Nicci Cammack. “It’s really state of the art and different from anything I’ve ever been in.”
Rather than calling the operation a retail store, Cammack prefers to define her endeavor as a “resource center.”
NorthPoint Pets & Company is locally owned and focuses on pet nutrition and behavioral well-being. Cammack and staff provide high-quality products, wellness innovation, and personalized options, helping pet parents select healthy foods and supplements with the goal of increasing longevity.
By hosting numerous events throughout the year, Northpoint Pets & Company continues to strengthen its bond with the community and show appreciation for its loyal customers.
For more information, please contact Nicci Cammack at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203.271.0111
Nicci is the owner of award-winning NorthPoint Pets & Company, in Connecticut. She is also the Founder & CEO of Undogmatic Inc. Her undergraduate and graduate education includes biology, chemistry, business, and nutrition. She has worked in the pharmaceutical industry on multiple R&D projects and has had the privilege to learn from leading international figures in the human and pet health industry. She regularly lectures at national conferences, including federal, state, and municipal K9 events. Her current research involves identifying pathogenic risk factors and transmission among raw fed pets through a comprehensive worldwide survey.