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A All Animal Control Franchise Celebrates 19 Years

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The company began in 1995 in Denver, Colo., after CEO Mark Dotson recognized an opportunity when his neighbor offered to pay him to remove a squirrel out of her attic. Today, A All Animal Control has 40 offices nationwide.

| December 30, 2013

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A All Animal Control, one of the largest wildlife management franchises in the U.S. is celebrating its 19th year in business in January.

"I'm excited to announce another successful year, our 19th, delivering the most gentle and complete wildlife control from coast to coast," Mark Dotson, CEO of A All Animal Control, said.  "Every year in business is another opportunity to learn from our successes, as well as our mistakes, and come back even stronger than the year before.  We're looking forward to 2014."

A All Animal Control began in 1995 in Denver, Colo., after CEO Mark Dotson recognized an opportunity when his neighbor offered to pay him to remove a squirrel out of her attic. Today, A All Animal Control has 40 offices nationwide, with more set to open in 2014.

The year 2013 saw A All Animal Control named a 2013 Franchise Business Review Top 50 Franchise (FBR50), landing the #6 spot for franchises with under 50 locations; and was also named as both a FBR Top 100 Franchise for Veterans and a Top 100 Military Friendly Franchise by G.I. Jobs magazine.  AAAC is currently featured on the cover of FBR's Top Low Cost Franchises report.

More information on A All Animal Control can be found at AAllAnimalControl.com.
 

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