Restorapet Celebrates Sixth Anniversary and Company Growth
RestoraPet is celebrating its six-year anniversary as a company, the opening of its new facility in Gaithersburg, Md. and its expanding advisory board.
RestoraPet’s newest advisors are: Morton Meyerson, the philanthropist, former CEO of Perot Systems, and former CTO of General Motors; and Jack Martin, the former global executive chairman and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies. Also joining the advisory board is Ron Kirk, the former U.S. trade representative under the Obama Administration, former mayor of Dallas and former PetSmart, Inc. board member.
“When I heard about this proprietary formula RestoraPet is offering and what Vitalitrol can do for pets at a cellular level, I knew I had to be a part of this groundbreaking venture,” said Meyerson.
As a result of the company's growth, RestoraPet relocated the company headquarters after six months in an office just outside Washington, D.C. to a larger, 6,000-square-foot facility in Gaithersburg, Md. This is the third location the company has required to sustain its growth since the first bottle of RestoraPet was sold in 2014.
Brian Larsen, president and CEO of RestoraPet, expects to finish the final quarter of the company’s fifth year in business with more than $1 million in sales, and an anticipated sales volume of over a half million bottles in 2020.