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SuperZoo Registration Opens

The event is set for Aug. 20–22 in Las Vegas.




(PRESS RELEASE) MONROVIA, CA — SuperZoo announces that registration for the 2019 annual industry event is now open. SuperZoo will be held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Aug. 20–22, with education sessions to be held Aug. 19–22.

SuperZoo provides pet professionals with access to upcoming product trends, emerging lines, technology, new segments, best sellers and unexpected finds that will help them stand out from the competition. SuperZoo will feature more than 1,200 exhibitors. More than 800 new products will be launched in SuperZoo’s New Product Showcase.

“The in-person, firsthand shopping experience that SuperZoo presents offers retailers the unique opportunity to discover, evaluate and bring fresh products and rare finds into their merchandising mix,” said Jacinthe Moreau, WPA president. “SuperZoo gives pet industry professionals access to the latest pet trends, industry-leading education and a global network with which to build lasting, collaborative business relationships, giving them the tools they need to successfully compete in today’s marketplace.”

In addition to product discovery, educational programming is a key feature of SuperZoo. Sessions span four main content areas: retail, grooming, service industry and animal wellness. Each session gives attendees access to a wide variety of topics including staff training, human resources, leadership, social media, customer service and marketing. “The extensive lineup of forward-thinking, business-building education offerings will allow retailers to refine their business acumen, learn best and next business practices and set themselves up for success,” said Moreau.

The Networking Reception on Tuesday, Aug. 20 — the opening day of the trade show — will include opportunities to interact and mingle with industry peers. More networking awaits at the concert on Wednesday, Aug. 21, featuring REO Speedwagon.

SuperZoo will welcome thousands of pet product specialists from around the world for the opportunity to discover new products, hone business skills and network with industry peers. For more information and to register, visit




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