The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, at its first PIJAC Awards Ceremony, honored Bob Ashley and Brian Potter with its first Pet Advocates of the Year award, held at the Pet Industry's Top2Top Conference.
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The interactive site is designed to give users a greater voice on legislative issues involving pet businesses, pet ownership or pets.
"Our new website is a strong advocacy tool, highlighting issues requiring immediate industry action," said Mike Canning, PIJAC's President and CEO.
Washington, DC – The first annual PIJAC (Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council) Awards Ceremony was held at the Top2Top Conference in Napa, California. The PIJAC Awards honor leaders nationwide for their contributions to foster the pet industry. “We are pleased to honor the work of these committed, talented individuals whose groundbreaking efforts have a direct impact on the entire pet industry,” stated Mike Canning, PIJAC’s President and CEO.
The new design raises awareness and fosters engagement on issues, legislation, and PIJAC activities that affect the industry.
Washington, D.C. – With more than $183 million donated in the form of food and general supplies, as well as direct monetary aid, the pet industry has helped more than 7.5 million homeless and shelter pets in the last two decades. The remarkable stories of community outreach and support are captured in the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council’s (PIJAC) newest program, The Pet Effect.
We want to share some very kind words that were included in Pet Business' review of this year's Top2Top. Please visit their site--petbusiness.com--to read the entire article.
After attending last week’s Pet Industry Top2Top Conference, hosted by the Pet Industry Advisory Council (PIJAC) in Napa, Calif., I came away quite impressed on a couple of different levels.
The interactive website reflects the organization's mission to provide members and concerned pet owners with a voice in legislative issues effecting pets and pet ownership.
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