Camp Bow Wow® Celebrates Success At 2022 Company Reunion
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Camp Bow Wow® Celebrates Success At 2022 Company Reunion

December 02, 2022 // // WESTMINSTER, Colo. - Camp Bow Wow held its company Reunion in Colorado last month. 

The Reunion featured artist Phil Hansen and author and business motivational speaker Scott Greenberg as keynote speakers. Franchise owners attended 44 breakout sessions covering 21 distinct topics and spent time learning and connecting with their peers.

“There is nothing better than spending time in person to celebrate our franchise owners who embody our culture,” said Camp Bow Wow President Julie Turner. “One thing our franchise owners have in common is a passion not only for dogs but for our brand. We believe the Reunion this year helped reignite their collective passion for Making Dogs Happy as we prepare for another exciting year in 2023.”

A highlight of the Reunion was Camp Bow Wow’s “Pawscars” awards ceremony, which acknowledged the exceptional work of franchise owners and their teams. Over 25 awards were presented to recognize stellar performance, leadership and commitment to the brand. Some top award categories and recipients included:

Franchise Owner of the Year: Scarlett Dalton, with Camps in Louisiana, Alabama, South Carolina and Arkansas

Regional Franchise Owners of the Year:

  • Region 1: Mike Monks, with a Camp in New Jersey
  • Region 2: Jeff Gold, with a Camp in Alabama
  • Region 3: Tony & Jamie Caruso, with Camps in Missouri and Michigan
  • Region 4: Scarlett Dalton
  • Region 5: Frank Wetegrove, with Camps in Texas
  • Region 6: Brook Brown, with Camps in Colorado and Arizona

Scout of the Year: Leah Boshart, who oversees Camps in Wisconsin

Manager of the Year: Jessica Blackwell, who oversees Camps in Louisiana, Alabama, South Carolina and Arkansas

In addition to celebrating franchise owners at the Reunion, Camp Bow Wow raised over $50,000 for its nonprofit, the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation®, through an exciting on-site event and simultaneous online auction. The funds raised will go toward urgent medical care grants for dogs who are homeless or whose parents cannot afford to pay their veterinary bills.

SOURCE Camp Bow Wow


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Julie Pfister

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