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Franchise Business Review has named the Zoom Room, a dog agility training franchise, as Best in Category for Pet Services.
This announcement was made as part of their 2012 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards. The awards are a part of a larger national project looking at franchisee satisfaction with some of the United States’ most popular franchise brands. In its seventh year, the “FBR50” (Franchise Business Review Top 50 Franchises) specifically reviews franchisee satisfaction data and rank companies through specific criteria. The survey itself is based on more than 22,000 franchisees representing more than 300 franchise brands.
Mark Van Wye, COO of the Zoom Room, shared, “There are some outstanding franchisors associated with these awards, and to be included among them is exceptional. This validates the system we’ve put in place for every franchise owner across the nation. We’re looking forward to adding even more franchisees in the coming years to join our team.”
The Zoom Room was founded in 2007 by dog trainer Jaime Van Wye and offers classes to dog owners on training. The Zoom Room also hosts dog birthday parties, breed meet-up groups, and fundraising events.
It specializes in dog agility such as weave poles, A-frames, tunnels, teeter totter, and custom-designed programs for puppy training, agility training for older dogs, and programs for any size, age, or breed of dog. Group training or one-on-one private classes are available, and all of the sessions from the Zoom Room use positive reinforcement dog training methods.
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Franchise Business Review conducts independent surveys of franchisee satisfaction and franchise buyer experiences. They are headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Further information may be found at

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