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A All Animal Control Holds Annual Conference

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The conference, held last month in Texas, offered AAAC franchise owners the opportunity to network with one another and receive continuing education.

| February 12, 2010

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — A All Animal Control celebrated and studied the animals that made 15 years of A All Animal Control such a great success at their 2010 A All Animal Control franchise owners conference. The conference, held last month at The Woodlands, Texas, offered AAAC franchise owners the opportunity to network with one another and receive continuing education. 
           
“The 2010 A All Animal Control Conference and anniversary was a great success and well received by all in attendance,” said founder Mark E. Dotson. “We learned a lot of new techniques ranging from technology and software to new species specific control methods.”
           
Highlights of the conference included networking between franchise owners and in the field training. Saturday events included technology training led by representatives from RDF Software and business classes taught by JRD Associates and Horizon Professional & Consulting Services. Representatives and teachers appeared both in person and virtually in a high tech wireless classroom. The field training included deer exclusion strategies utilizing netting and innovative methods.  The 15-year celebration activities held at the end of the conference involved a  Cajun cuisine dinner and a vendor sponsored raffle for attendees. 
           
"It was a great weekend jam packed with fun, feasting and knowledge,"said Dotson. "I enjoyed every minute spent with our franchise owners and look forward to next year. I do want to send a special thanks to A All Animal Control of North Houston for hosting the event. Without their hospitality this event would not have been possible."
          
For more information contact A All Animal visit
www.aallanimalcontrol.com.

 

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