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In ten years, Camp Bow Wow has grown from a single kennel in Denver, Colorado to a $40 million dollar business, with more than 150 locations. The transition from a small family business to a national chain, however, required a shift from a family-based culture to a business- and performance-based culture. A key element of of Camp Bow Wow’s culture is the staff’s deep emotional connection with animals. The connection is immediately apparent at corporate headquarters, where offices are bustling with employees and pets alike. According to founder Heidi Ganahal, “What we do is focus on what’s important to us, and that’s the animals.” View Camp Bow Wow clip in this week's chapter. Remember to open the table of contents in chapter 3 first, by clicking on the section icon in the upper left hand corner. Then scroll down and look for the video icon within the chapter landing page. Then post your ideas to this week's discussion forum: 1.
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