Camp Bow Wow Names New Vice President of Sales



Camp Bow Wow appointed Todd Haavind as its new vice president of franchise sales.


Haavind brings over 15 years of diversified franchise sales experience to Camp Bow Wow, having formerly served as director of franchise development at Title Boxing Club where he oversaw the company’s domestic and international franchise sales and development processes. Haavind led franchise sales and marketing teams, and was directly responsible for generating impactful leads, driving sales of new franchise units per month and increasing company revenue.


Leading the sales department for Camp Bow Wow, Haavind will focus on increasing units in new markets, enhancing franchise processes to attract qualified partners and leveraging new technologies to connect with prospective owners. With experience in developing an international franchise presence, Haavind will also play a key role in leading Camp Bow Wow’s ongoing expansion throughout Canada.


“Todd’s proven successes in the franchise industry, both domestically and internationally, make him the ideal candidate for Camp Bow Wow during this crucial time of our company’s growth,” said Cail Morrison, Camp Bow Wow’s president. “Under Todd’s sales leadership, we’re confident that we will hit our projected goal of reaching 300 Camps in the next four years, and continue to strengthen Camp Bow Wow’s position as the leader in the pet care industry.”


“Coupling my passion for franchise sales with my love of dogs, I’m thrilled to join a franchise business that I believe has unlimited growth opportunity,” said Haavind. “As a part of the Camp Bow Wow team, I’m excited to bring my diversified sales experience to the dog-centric business, and reach more pet parents by increasing the amount of domestic and international Camps.”


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