Bravo's Re-branding Extends to Website


In an ongoing re-branding effort, Bravo Pet Foods has updated its website, Like the logo that was introduced last year, the updated website spotlights the new Make Good Happen tagline, which was recently trademarked.

The site offers customers and retailers a richer browsing experience that can be easily navigated on a desktop computer, tablet or mobile device.

It also features a navigation bar with dropdown tabs that cater to the most referenced topics, including product selection categorized by canine- and feline-specific diets, raw feeding references and a retailer locator tool. Prominent social media icons connect to the brand’s extended online presence on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Customers can receive brand news right in their inbox by using the Bravo e-newsletter signup form.

The site also has improved informational pages like “why feed a raw food diet?” and a revised and expanded FAQ section based on actual customer inquiries.

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