Denver Gazette: Trust small businesses to make good decisions

Feb 1, 2021

“I’ve been blessed to live the American dream.

For over a decade, I put my heart and soul into caring for lots of furry friends, and helping amazing people open businesses doing something they loved. Camp Bow Wow grew to be the country’s largest pet care franchise.

I sold it a few years ago, but since then I’ve been on a mission — to keep the American dream alive for the next generation so they can have the same opportunity that I did: to work hard, to take risks, to do what they love and unleash their own American dream.”

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