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A All Animal Control Awarded Military Friendly Franchise Status

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The company's veteran purchase program offers a benefit of $5,000 credit toward the franchise fee of the first office to any honorably discharged veteran who meets the requirements of A All Animal Control.

| May 26, 2010

DUNBAR, W. Va.  - In an economy that seems to show little recovery and abundant job loss, many military members and veterans find it hard to obtain gainful employment.  A All Animal Control works hard to offer franchise opportunities to America's heroes and in return has been named a G.I. Jobs magazine Military Friendly Franchise for 2010.             

"I believe that it is important to offer our brave armed forces personnel special benefits as a thank you for everything they have done for our country.  This is why A All Animal Control created a military-friendly  franchise fee credit program.  It is an honor to have A All Animal Control recognized and look forward to working with military personnel in the future." stated Mark Dotson, A All Animal Control CEO.                

A All Animal Control's veteran purchase program offers a benefit of $5,000 credit toward the franchise fee of the first office to any honorably discharged veteran who meets the requirements of A All Animal Control.  This program was created to offer business opportunities to military personnel transitioning to civilian life or seeking career change.          

A All Animal Control is listed in G.I. Jobs magazine's Military Friendly Franchise listing in the Franchising Basics for Military Veterans Guide which was recently published.  This guide is accessed by over 3 million military members and veterans seeking franchise opportunities.  This acknowledgement is awarded after  much research and compiling survey results by G.I. Jobs magazine and places A All Animal Control in the top 10% of franchises nationwide.        

More information on A All Animal Control's policies, background and acknowledgements visit www.aallanimalcontrol.com

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