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Branchville - Frankford - Lafayette Chamber Council Ambassadors Visit Waggin’ Tails Pet Supply

May 24, 2013 at 10:25 AM

 

Members of the Branchville - Frankford - Lafayette Chamber Council, an affiliate of the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce, visited Waggin Tails Pet Supply located at 347 Route 206 in Branchville.
Waggin’ Tails is a pet supply store, selling food, treats, toys and gifts and is co-owned by Stephanie Pierson and Kimberly Meehan. “We strive to be a convenience without ‘convenience’ pricing. We are extremely competitive in this aspect,” said Stephanie Pierson.  “We meet so many wonderful pet owners in our community.”
 
Visits to local businesses are part of the Branchville - Frankford - Lafayette Chamber Council’s Ambassador Program.  Council members welcome new businesses and new owners of existing businesses to the community by bringing gifts and information about the benefits of membership in the Council and the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce. 
 
Business owners and managers in the Branchville - Frankford - Lafayette area may request a visit by the Chamber Council ambassadors by sending an email to mail@sussexcountychamber.org or by calling 973-579-1811. Recent ambassador visits, as well as membership information about the Branchville - Frankford - Lafayette Chamber Council, can be found on the Branchville - Frankford - Lafayette Chamber Council page at www.sussexcountychamber.org.

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