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PureBites Announces Expansion of Sales Leadership Team

It has three new appointments.




(PRESS RELEASE) MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA — Pure Treats Inc., the makers of PureBites, the leading brand in simple, high-quality ingredient treats, food, and toppers for dogs and cats is expanding its sales leadership team, including three new appointments.

“We have received tremendous support and growth over the past 3 years from our pet specialty partners.” says Adam Huss, executive vice president at PureBites. “As a pet specialty only brand, PureBites continues to invest in continued growth. With the promotions of Terri Lowe, Matt Grigg, and the addition of Bruce Flantzer, we are looking forward to continuing the success we have achieved with our partners for years to come”.

Terri Lowe has been promoted to vice-president of sales and will be responsible for overseeing the company’s sales division. Matt Grigg has been promoted to senior director of key accounts and will be responsible for managing PureBites key account business and team. Finally, PureBites is growing its leadership team by adding Bruce Flantzer as national sales manager USA. Bruce will be primarily responsible for overseeing the growth of the Independent Pet Specialty channel. He brings a wealth of experience to the company and has held several executive roles within the pet and veterinary industries including sitting as a Board Member for PIJAC USA and Canada.

Regarding the sales team growth at PureBites, Adam Huss added, “We are excited to expand our sales leadership team with such distinguished individuals. These changes and additions will undoubtedly help increase the level of service we offer to our growing network of pet specialty partners. Their amazing support has helped PureBites become the #1 RAW Freeze Dried treat brand in North America, and we look forward to continuing to work closely together to achieve continued growth in the future.”



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