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Carnivore Meat Company Welcomes Nick Hoppert

They have appointed Nick Hoppert as digital merchandiser.




Nick Hoppert

Nick Hoppert

(PRESS RELEASE) GREEN BAY, WI — Carnivore Meat Company, a premier manufacturer of raw frozen and freeze-dried pet food, announced they have appointed Nick Hoppert as digital merchandiser.

Hoppert has a bachelor’s degree in multimedia communication from Concordia University Wisconsin. He brings a wealth of experience to the Digital Merchandiser position and has previously spent more than six years as a web content specialist. His expertise includes eCommerce, digital marketing, video production and information technology. His specialties include content management, social media marketing and video production. In his role at Carnivore Meat Company, he’ll work with the eCommerce Team to execute digital strategies to maximize growth for pet food brands Vital Essentials, Vital Cat and Nature’s Advantage.

“With the incredible growth our company has experienced in the premier pet food category, Nick will be instrumental in supporting our digital growth strategies while maintaining our promise to share our award-winning food and treats with pet parents across the world,” commented Carnivore Meat Company Senior Manager of eCommerce Jeremy Gesicki.

Carnivore Meat Company is a family owned raw pet food company located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, that manufactures, sells and markets the most delicious, nutritious and innovative pet foods and treats in the world, serving over 5,000 pet supply stores nationwide and 14 international markets around the world. “I am very lucky to have not only found a great new job, but also one in a flourishing, expanding company like Carnivore Meat Company,” Hoppert stated. “I am excited to not only apply the skills I already have, but also continue to develop new skills as I go along.”




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