Pet Parents Hires New Employee


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Pet Parents hired Autumn Ellis as its new marketing and communications assistant.

 

Ellis will be the go-to resource for Pet Parents to build relationships with consumers and influencers alike.

 

“I love interacting with people and learning about their needs to help find the best solution,” said Ellis. “I’m excited to increase Pet Parents’ reach through social media and fellow pet lovers to educate consumers on pet health. I like that this position combines my love for animals with my passion for helping people.”

 

“At Pet Parents, we pride ourselves on ensuring the best customer experience,” said Blake Anderson, founder of Pet Parents. “We actively try to ‘wow!’ the fellow pet parents we come into contact with. We’re constantly honing in on the experience other people receive through our marketing, messaging and, of course, our products. We’ve grown a ton, and to ensure we’re always ‘wowing’ pet parents, we’re adding to the pack! We’re stoked to add Autumn. She’s immediately made an impact since joining, and we’re very excited for her future and Pet Parents as a whole.”

 

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