Canton, OH (PRWEB) December 3, 2008
Canton residents and wild bird enthusiasts now have a new place to migrate for all of their wild bird supplies. Richard Hoffman has just opened a new Wild Bird Center franchise in Canton, Ohio. The Wild Bird Center of Canton is a unique retail business offering customers a wide range of bird feeders, bird seed as well as other backyard birding products. The newest Wild Bird Center franchise opening reflects the rapid growth of the bird feeding and bird watching hobby in North America.
Hoffman is a nature enthusiast who recognizes the potential of owning a business that encompasses more than a hobby. He understands that backyard bird feeding is a way to connect with the outdoors and help nature right outside our back doors. "Backyard bird feeding and watching is a way to enjoy and to give back to nature," states Richard. "I am excited to open a business where I not only share a hobby, but enhance the wild bird interests of my customers and this exciting hobby."
A Wild Bird Center acts as a "one stop shop" for all levels of birders, from casual to serious bird watchers. The store carries more than a dozen seed types, numerous bird feeders, nest boxes, birdbaths, binoculars, and appealing gifts such as garden accessories, CDs, stationery, nature books and decorative nature items. The Wild Bird Center also offers an exclusive line of MoBi Mesh® feeders and other unique items.
"Our birdseed and exclusive seed blends are field-tested and proven to attract a wide array of birds," states Hoffman. He continues, "By combining our premium products with solid knowledge, we are able to offer our customers unparalleled service and the help they need to experience backyard bird feeding as never before."
Henrik Lehmann Weng, CEO states, "We are thrilled to expand our group of Wild Bird Center franchises in Ohio. Richard Hoffman brings a wealth of experience to this franchise which will be a significant advantage as he grows his new business. We are certain that Richard's new store will be a welcoming new community resource for everyone in the Canton area who wants to enjoy the beautiful songbirds in their backyards. We cannot wait to see this latest Wild Bird Center take flight!"
For more information about the Canton store, contact Richard Hoffman at 330.966.2300. The store is located conveniently at The Marketplace at Washington Square, 1965 E. Maple Street, Suite D, Canton, OH 44720.
Established in 1985, Wild Bird Centers of America, Inc. is a specialized franchise system with more than 80 stores in the U.S. and Canada. Each Wild Bird Center franchise is dedicated to helping customers enjoy a better backyard bird feeding and watching experience by providing the finest, field-tested quality products, outstanding customer service,and expert advice. Wild Bird Center stores also serve as active community resources providing demonstrations, educational workshops and children's programs. For more information, visit the WBCA website at http://www.wildbird.com or call (800) 945-3247, x219