Nature Gnaws announces the mark of its 5-year anniversary. This milestone is a major celebration for the company on its mission to provide natural products for pets.
“It’s amazing to me that we’ve grown so much in such a short period of time. We have 70 employees now that I feel are a part of my family. We’re a family-run business, and despite our rapid growth, we have stayed true to our vision of running the company with honesty and kindness, all while getting the work done,” says Jay Mokbel, co-founder and chief operating officer at Nature Gnaws. “It hasn’t all been easy but it certainly has been fun, and we are happy to celebrate this incredible moment with our team and our customers.”
This news comes in the wake of many recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company, including:
· Expanding into an additional facility to increase packing and shipping capabilities
· Continuing to hire within the local community of Deerfield Beach, Florida
· Adding Petco to its market options for customers
Steve Mamak, CEO of Nature Gnaws, comments on the excitement of this celebratory moment, “We are so taken aback by the love and support we are receiving from our customers, from shelters that we donate to, and to our partners and team. We’ve been working hard, and it just goes to show that having the right people by your side makes it worth it. We have big moves in store for the next 5 years, and I can’t wait to see what happens.”
To learn more about Nature Gnaws, click here https://naturegnaws.com/
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