Woof Gang Bakery, the leader in specialty pet retail and grooming with more than 100 locations across the U.S., announced the opening of the company’s newest storefront in Orlando with a grand opening event from Sept. 21 to Oct. 6.
The new Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming location is a locally-owned franchise, offering professional pet grooming and a wide selection of healthy pet foods, gourmet baked treats, toys, supplies and accessories. The store is located at 13807 Landstar Blvd., Ste. 106, Orlando, Florida, 32824; phone 407-734-5682.
The grand opening celebration will take place from Sept. 21 to Oct. 6. Throughout the event, customers can enter to win “pawsome” raffle prizes including free pet food for a year, free dog treats for a year, in-store shopping sprees, a grooming services credit and gift baskets filled with pet pampering products for dogs and cats.
Throughout the duration of the grand opening event, additional in-store giveaways will include free pet food samples, complimentary pet treats, free nail trims for dogs and a free “paw spa” package upgrade with grooming appointments booked during the grand opening period.
Orlando residents Marcus and Debora Segnini are the franchise owners of the new Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming location. They are eager to provide customers and their pets with wholesome pet foods, quality products and full-service pet grooming in a welcoming, neighborhood setting. The couple adores animals and their own family includes a miniature Schnauzer named Mel.
“Because we love pets, it is our goal to provide the excellent in-store experience and personalized customer service,” said franchise owner Marcus Segnini. “Every single person on our team is passionate about animals and we will provide expertise and assistance to help customers find the best options to suit the needs of their pets.”
Marcus and Debora share a customer-focused business approach and they are enthusiastic about opening their doors to the local community. They enjoy meeting neighbors and their pets and are committed to supporting local animal rescues.
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